Turkish armored vehicles entered and Idlib

Turkey continues to increase its military presence in the border Syrian province of Idlib, introducing more and more new units there.

Sky News Arabia reported that a convoy of armored vehicles consisting of tanks, armored vehicles and support vehicles entered Idlib on Sunday from Turkey.

In this case, the exact amount equipment in the column the source of the TV channel is at a loss to report.

The revitalization of the Turkish armed forces in the northern provinces of Syria is associated with the rapid advancement of the Syrian Arab army to the last stronghold of militants.

Government units in massive blows brought down the front that the terrorists tried to keep, and continued the offensive, bypassing the Turkish roadblocks along the way.

As it became known from the message of Al Mayadeen television channel, the attack by the SAA forced the militants of the so-called “armed opposition” to organize the removal of their families to the area of ​​Afrin, located in the northern Aleppo province near the border with Turkey.

The Turkish authorities justify the movement of military equipment across the border of Syria with the need to strengthen the 12 observation posts of the Turkish army stationed there.

It is hoped that the Turkish command will have enough prudence not to engage in armed confrontation in the territory of another country.
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  1. steelmaker Offline steelmaker
    steelmaker 9 February 2020 16: 09
    And why doesn’t the news say that Turkey’s armored vehicles are to be entered into Idlib by an agreement with Russia? Or does Turkey openly disrespect Russia with such actions? And if Turkey violates, why should Russia comply? We must not be afraid to show our strength. Take the example from IRAN. Turkey OCCUPANT!
    1. bobba94 Offline bobba94
      bobba94 (Vladimir) 9 February 2020 16: 42
      Then the devil himself will break his leg. So you think that something is not going right, but it turns out that everything is going on according to a previously agreed agreement between Ankara and Moscow. Therefore, you just need to wait for how things will develop.
  2. Tramp1812 Offline Tramp1812
    Tramp1812 (Tramp 1812) 9 February 2020 17: 36
    Jesus said:

    A family torn by contention will not stand.

    For Syria, this statement fits perfectly. The desire of the Assad clan to retain power led first to a civil conflict, and then grew into its total "Lebaneseization". Where each player, by virtue of his political and real ambitions, pursues his own goals. The introduction of Turkish armored vehicles is one of the episodes of Syria's agony. With which no one reckons. But relations in the Russia-Turkey-Syria triangle, I think, should be considered in the context of Ankara's recent unfriendly steps towards the Russian Federation during a visit to Ukraine. And if the introduction of technology into the conditionally sovereign territory of Syria did not cause any reaction in the world at all, then the possible aggravation of Turkish-Russian relations will seriously change the balance of power in this region. In particular, it will raise the issue of Russian-Iranian relations in the creation of Kurdistan, the future of other territories in Syria, the role of Iran as a threat to Israel.
    De facto, which does not control its territories, Syria does not pose a threat to anyone in itself. But it is a geopolitical house of cards. Now the Turks have pulled out one card. Question: Will the house of cards stand? This particular time, let’s stand. And the next one?
  3. Rusa Offline Rusa
    Rusa 9 February 2020 19: 45
    Regular show-offs of Ankara and its accomplices. Damascus has every right to destroy tanks and other equipment, as well as intervention soldiers, if they twitch.
    The CAA and its allies have all the means for this.
    1. Bitter Offline Bitter
      Bitter (Gleb) 10 February 2020 11: 50
      "Take out a pistol, shoot", in this regard, so far no one can reproach the Turks.
      They can bang at the Syrian troops, at the Kurds or somewhere else. The Americans, I remember, also quickly retreated at one time from the zones of potential Turkish strikes. So, they bring the "pistols" there, most likely, not for show. No.