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Publish Date : 01 September 2018 - 22:08  ,  
News ID: 4513
TEHRAN (Basirat): The Turkish Army has dispatched a sum of 500 Ankara-backed militants to its border with Syria to further join other terrorists to counter the Syrian Army's imminent major operation in Idlib province, a Kurdish media outlet reported on Saturday.

Turkey Sends Tens of Militants to Border with Syria to Join Battle against Gov't Forces in Idlib

Hawar News quoted field sources in Aleppo province as reporting that the Turkish army has dispatched a sum of 500 Ankara-backed militants to the Bab al-Hawa border-crossing between the town of Reihanly in Hatay province and al-Artab region in Aleppo.
It further said that a fresh wave of tensions and defections has covered the terrorist front over participation in the upcoming final battle with the Syrian army as a part of the Ankara-backed militants intend to surrender and some others are fleeing the region.
Hawar news went on to say that a number of terrorists of the Ankara-backed al-Shamiyeh Front have sold their weapons and fled to Turkey.    
Field sources reported on Thursday that the Turkish army dispatched a military convoy, consisting of 15 military vehicles to Northern Syria through Kafr Lousin passageway.
They added that the convoy also included truckloads of Turkish army soldiers and officers and building blocks transferred to the Turkey-occupied region in the town of Morek.
According to the report, also another military convoy of the Turkish army, which included several military vehicles, was sent to the town of al-Sarman in Eastern Idlib.
The developments came as the Syrian army is preparing for a major fight in Idlib and is sending large volume of military equipment to its positions.
Source: FNA

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