BEIRUT, LEBANON (6:10 P.M.) – Turkey has sent a large military convoy to the northern countryside of the Hama Governorate, opposition activists in nearby Idlib reported via social media on Friday.

According to the reports, the Turkish military convoy consisted of several trucks and heavily armored vehicles.

The Turkish military convoy reportedly made their way to the observation posts in the northern Hama towns of Morek and Sheir Magher.

This move by the Turkish military comes just days after the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) sent a large convoy of reinforcements to the front-lines in the Idlib, Latakia, and Hama provinces.

In particular, the Syrian Arab Army sent the entire 5th Legion to the Idlib-Hama axis, while also deploying several units from the 4th Armored Division, including their elite 42nd Brigade (Ghiath Forces), to northeastern countryside of Latakia.

The Syrian Arab Army is preparing for a new operation near the strategic Abu Dhuhour Airport; this will be their first offensive in southeast Idlib since 2017.

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Sweet Robert
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So it begins. God protect the town of Mhardeh and the SAA. Destroy the Scourge of Turkish nationalism destroying the Middle East.

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Little SAA dogs gonna get beat down by Turkish army again XD

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@ha, dream on. Ottoman irredentism will find its limits soon.

Your Padisha 2.0 picked to fight on too many fronts.

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Juan Serrano

Turkey is part of the problem in Syria

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Gustavo Lopez Velazquez

How about that those who are supporting Russia-Turkey agreement ? Is Turkey acting with good will ? Of course not, Turkey is a NATO member and acts according with NATO (USA).
Russia must stop playing Turkey games and must continue supporting Syria offensive in Idlib to get rid of Turkey and its
terrorists.

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These mongol pigs don’t belong in this region they better leave and go back to central asia.

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Poor SAA gonna get blasted like in Afrin with their hezboldogs XD

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@ha, Poor Türk Silahlı Kuvvetleri conscripts will die in numbers. There will be no air support for them due to Syrian SS 300 systems and they will meet real soldiers who honed their skills in 7 years of war.