BEIRUT, LEBANON (2:40 P.M.) – The Turkish military sent another large convoy into northwestern Syria on Friday, several local activists reported via social media.
According to reports, the large Turkish military convoy that entered northwestern Syria on Friday consisted of several trucks carrying cement blocks and equipment.
The Turkish military convoy reportedly entered Syria’s Idlib Governorate from the Hatay Province and made their way to the nearby Hama Governorate, where they delivered the equipment and personnel to the observation post in the town of Morek.
This latest move by the Turkish military comes just days after they sent a delegation to meet with the residents of southern Idlib in order to propose an offer to rent out their lands so that they can build more observation posts and block the Syrian Arab Army’s (SAA) potential offensive inside the governorate.
Currently, Turkey has a dozen official observation posts inside northwestern Syria and an unofficial one inside the northeastern region of the Latakia Governorate.