Syria: Army Finds More Proof of Turkey’s Aid to Terrorists in Aleppo



The Syrian army and popular forces freed two strategic villages of Masqan and Ahras in the countryside of Aleppo city from terrorists’ control and found abundant proofs of Turkey’s drug assistance to the militants.

Field sources in Masqan village said that the Syrian army’s surprise attacks on terrorists’ positions in the region made the militants flee the battlefield and facilitated the freedom of Masqan and Ahras villages.

They added that the terrorist groups had turned a school in Masqan into their medical center in which a large number of Turkey-made medical packages and drugs were found, a proof of Ankara’s logistic support for the militants.

The Turkish Army, worried about the imminent collapse of terrorist-held lands in Northern Syria, has sent more military equipment and troops to one of the Turkish border cities near Syria following the recent victories of the Syrian army and Kurdish fighters against the militants in the provinces of Aleppo and Lattakia, Turkish media disclosed on Wednesday.

The city of Kilis in the Southern part of Turkey near the border with Syria and the Gaziantep-Aleppo highway has been the destination of a growing number of Turkish army troops and their modern arms and military equipment, the Turkish language news agency, Duqan reported.

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