The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) continues to deploy military equipment and fighters to the north of Syria following the Turkey’s threats to launch an offensive operation. Several military convoys have already been sent to the area. (Link, Link)
The new footage was made in the Jabbul training ground located in Aleppo governorate. It is reportedly used as a temporary point of dislocation.
Photographs of the SAA positions in northern Syria were also shared online. The army’s reinforcements were reportedly deployed in several positions between the towns of Tell Rifaat and Manbij, which are both held by Kurdish forces.
According to the footage, the SAA forces are equipped with the Russian-made BM-21 Grad MLRS.
The SAA is preparing to the upcoming operation of Turkish forces.
Meanwhile, the Turkish side is sending large reinforcements to the area of Tal Tamr, which is under the control of the Kurdish armed formations. Turkish-backed forces are currently shelling the Tal Tamr area with artillery strikes.
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