Syrian warplanes have struck again the Turkish military in northern Aleppo, according to pro-militant sources.
The Turkish military camp in the village of Azraq in the Syrian province of Aleppo allegedly targeted by the Syrian Air Force on November 25. At least 1 battle tank was damaged. Casualties among Turkish military personnel were also reported.
Kenan Rahmani, a policy advisor for the so-called “Syrian Campaign” was one of pro-militant sources reported the incident.
Breaking: Assad’s warplanes attack Turkish military camp in Azraq village. Injuries reported. Turkish tank on fire. #Syria
— Kenan Rahmani كنان (@KenanRahmani) November 25, 2016
The Syrian Campaign is an anti-Assad “non-profit organisation” registered as a company in the United Kingdom aimed on providing media support to militants in Syria and their foreign supporters.
If reports are confirmed, it will be the second air strike on the Turksih Armed Forces in northern Syria in two days.
We recall on November 24, the Turkish military said that three Turkish soldiers were killed and 10 others wounded as result of alleged air strike by the Syrian Air Force.
Most likely, the Syrian air strike was a response to Turkish artillery shelling against government forces advancing on Turkish-backed militant groups in northern Latakia on November 23.
At the same day the joint forces of Syrian army and Kurdish YPG launched an advance in eastern Aleppo, moving closer to Ankara-led forces aiming to storm the key ISIS-controlled town of al-Bab. The move came amid intense fighting between pro-Turkey militants and Kurdish YPG forces in the western part of Aleppo province.