Turkey continues to evacuate its strongholds in Idlib


Ankara continues to evacuate its military from Syrian territories, which came under the control of Damascus in early 2020. Russia has persuaded Turkey to hand over four of its observation posts, converted into full-fledged bases, to the Syrian authorities. They ended up in the rear of the SAA and do not perform the functions for which they were created. Now the Turks are making a phased redeployment in the territories that are under the control of the militants.


It should be noted that recently the Turkish military, accompanied by the Russians, left an observation post near the city of Morek, located in the Syrian province of Hama. Now the turn has come to a similar facility near the village of Sher-Maggar, located in the northern part of the aforementioned region of Syria. On October 29, 2020, the Syrian Observatory of Human Rights NGO informed the public about this from London, citing Syrian sources.

It should be noted that the above observation posts of the Turkish army appeared there in June 2018 following the results of agreements between Moscow and Ankara. In total, Turkey in the Idlib de-escalation zone was allowed to organize 12 such facilities, which were located in the Syrian provinces of Idlib, Hama, Latakia and Aleppo (Aleppo). But in fact, Turkey has many more such strongholds, which it did not ask permission to organize. In any case, the sources of the Middle East Eye network agency, also based in London, say this.

Note that despite the ceasefire regime in Greater Idlib that has been in effect since March this year, the militants continue to regularly fire at the positions of the SAA and the settlements of Syria. In addition, Ankara did not free the M4 highway (Latakia - Aleppo) from jihadists, thereby violating its obligations. In this regard, sources suggest that the SAA has begun to prepare for a large-scale military operation in the region in order to force the militants to peace.
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  1. Volga073 Offline Volga073
    Volga073 (MIKLE) 30 October 2020 04: 05
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    One vacuum bomb removes one Turkish base in a few seconds. No pickup.))
  2. Berkham Ali-Tyan (Berkham Ali-Tyan) 30 October 2020 09: 25
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    Quote: Volga073
    One vacuum bomb removes one Turkish base in a few seconds. No pickup.))

    The use of ODAB-500PMV can provoke states to nuclear strikes - in appearance and effect, the ODAB explosion looks like an ultra-small nuclear tactical weapon, only there is no radiation, and the collective West will not listen to the proof of Russia that it is not a camel. And then there will be no sanctions.
  3. Pandiurin Offline Pandiurin
    Pandiurin (Pandiurin) 8 November 2020 00: 03
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    Quote: Berkham Ali-Tyan
    Quote: Volga073
    One vacuum bomb removes one Turkish base in a few seconds. No pickup.))

    The use of ODAB-500PMV can provoke states to nuclear strikes - in appearance and effect, the ODAB explosion looks like an ultra-small nuclear tactical weapon, only there is no radiation, and the collective West will not listen to the proof of Russia that it is not a camel. And then there will be no sanctions.

    Why not immediately assume that it was used by the death star. Nuclear weapons were used only by the Americans many years ago against Japan. And in order to find a reason for the use of nuclear weapons by the United States, their doctrine contains what they can in response to a cyberattack, and probably if they just don't like it. The explosion of odab from nuclear warheads differs both in the consequences of the absence of radiation and at the time of the explosion in the absence of the characteristic Amy. Therefore, this is a viable option: not agreed observation post = camp of an illegal armed formation, if the Turks were there, this is their problem. ODAB and no terrorist camp. Good arithmetic.