Written by Khaled Iskef.
The Turkish forces continue to mobilize their soldiers alongside the militias affiliated with them on the battle fronts with the Syrian army within the “de-escalation” area in northern Syria.
On June 14, major movements of Turkish military columns were spotted moving to the fronts in the northern countryside of Latakia and the Al-Ghab Plain in particular.
The sources confirmed that military crowds represented by more than 15 armored vehicles and a truck transporting Turkish soldiers had headed to the battlefronts in the Al-Ghab Plain in the countryside of Hama, while other military reinforcements arrived at the fighting fronts in Latakia countryside.
As for Idlib countryside, the sources stated that the terrorist organization Jabhat al-Nusra mobilized their militants on the fighting fronts in the Jabal al-Zawiya area, monitored the military movements of the Turkish forces, pushed heavy vehicles and artillery to the front lines in Idlib countryside.
In response to the Turkish military movements, the Syrian army, in its turn, deployed military reinforcements on the various fighting fronts in the countryside of Idlib, Hama and Latakia, with the aim of repelling any possible attack by the Turkish forces and their armed factions.
The movements of the Turkish forces warn of the possibility of preparing them for a new attack on Syrian territory, especially since the sources of the Syrian Documentation Center had previously monitored, during the past few days, Turkish movements in the Idlib regions, some of which represented the repositioning of the Turkish forces on the fighting fronts in Jabal Al-Zawiya, in conjunction with the establishment of a military base in the vicinity of the town of Al-Bara, where armored vehicles and tanks were stationed, coinciding with the placement of a number of cannons in its vicinity.
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