The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) is sending reinforcement to the Idlib frontlines amid the ongoing reports on the SAA upcoming large ground operation in the region.
Despite the meeting of the Turkish President Erdogan with his Russian counterpart Putin, the situation in Syria’s Greater Idlib continues to escalate. Along with regular shelling by local militants and the SAA, that in its turn is supported by the air strikes of the Russian Aerospace Forces, Damascus and Ankara are sending military reinforcement to the frontlines.
At least two Turkish military convoys were spotted in southern Idlib since the beginning of October. However, the Turkish forces are also not always welcomed in the region, and one of the convoys was targeted with an IED by the militants on October 5th.
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