Turkey Continues Sending Military Convoys to Idlib, Aleppo
News websites affiliated to the terrorists reported that a military convoy of Turkey, consisting of several armored vehicles and trucks, are moving towards the village of Kah in Northern Idlib from Kafar Lousin region at the Syrian-Turkish borders.
Also, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported that Turkey continues sending military convoys to the regions bordering the Kurdish forces-held areas in Aleppo, adding that several Turkish army convoys have moved towards the town of Dar al-Izza in Western Aleppo through Atmeh passageway in Northern Idlib.
Well-informed sources disclosed on Wednesday that the Turkish Army has asked Al-Nusra Front (Tahrir al-Sham Hay’at or the Levant Liberation Board) to hand over control of several strategic bases in Idlib province.
The sources said that Turkey has called on Al-Nusra to transfer control of Abu al-Dhohour airport to the Ankara forces after the army entered Idlib province and seized control over Taftnaz base on Tuesday.
Ankara has also called on Al-Nusra to deliver al-Doweileh air-defense base West of Idlib to the Turkish army.
The sources further said that talks between the Turkish army and Al-Nusra are underway because the bases are the most important positions of Fatah al-Sham Front with large depots of ammunition.
Turkey intends to use Abu al-Dhohour base and other airports for easier transfer of forces and military equipment.
In the meantime, Ankara has picked up several crucially important bases, including al-Mastoumeh, Wadi al-Sheif and al-Ikara to call for their handover in later stage.