Late on December 23, the Turkish-based “Syrian Interim Government” (an entity funded by Turkey in an attempt to legalize its actions in Syria) threatened the real Syrian government with military action.
In a released statement, the “defense ministry” of the Turkish puppets claimed that forces that participated in Turkey’s Olive Branch and Euphrates Shield operations are now moving to Greater Idlib in order to support their counterparts in repelling an attack by “regime forces, Russia and Iranian militias”.
It remains unclear what “forces” the barely existing “defense ministry” is planning to send to Idlib because Turkish-backed militant groups are already supporting al-Qaeda-linked Hayat Tahrir al-Sham in the battle against the Syrian Army. The Turkish-backed coalition of militant groups, the National Front for Liberation, has never been able to really hide its ties and cooperation with the terrorists.
Meanwhile, the Syrian Army and its allies liberated a number of villages and towns, including the key town of Jarjnaz, and preparing to advance on Maarat al-Numan.
Syrian Army troops are in Jarjnaz:
Militants and their supporters are already fleeing from the countrysdie of Maarat al-Numan:
— اخبار انقلاب سوريه (@revolutionfarsi) December 23, 2019
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