Turkey Transferred Additional Military Units to Syria
On Saturday, the Anatolian Agency informed that Turkey sent 300 convoys of trucks and armored vehicles to the Syrian border. According to him, the transfer of Turkish forces has been carried out over the past few days. Four de-escalation zones were created in Syria in accordance with the agreement reached in May 2017 at the talks in Astana (now Nur-Sultan) by representatives of Russia, Iran and Turkey. The territory of three of them in 2018 came under the control of Damascus.
On Tuesday, the Syrian Foreign Ministry said that the Turkish side violates the sovereignty of the Arab Republic by "deploying additional forces in the provinces of Idlib and Aleppo, as well as striking in Syrian territories, where civilians are present, and a number of military installations". In Damascus, they believe that Ankara’s actions are aimed at “saving the gangs” that are defeated as a result of the offensive of the Syrian army.