On September 4, the Turkish military resupplied its besieged observation post south of the Syrian town of Murak in the northern Hama countryside.
Enab Baladi, a pro-opposition outlet, said that four Turkish vehicles, carrying food, entered the government-held part of the northern Hama countryside and headed towards the besieged observation post.
“The Turkish vehicles came from Maar Hattat post in the outskirt of Ma`arat al-Nu`man in southern Idlib, they took the highway passing through Khan Shaykhun until they reached Murak,” the outlet’s reporter said.
Last month, the SAA besieged Murak’s observation post after clearing the militants’ positons in northern Hama. Units of the Russian Military Police were deployed around the post later.
Turkey had refused to withdraw the post, which was established last year in the framework of the Astana Process. The country’s Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu even denied that the post is besieged by the Syrian military.