Terrorist Groups Send Military Convoys to Southern Turkey to Back up Ankara-Led Afrin Operation

Two terrorist groups deployed in Syria’ Idlib province have dispatched several military convoys to Turkey to provide support for the Turkish army’s Operation Olive Branch against Kurdish militias in Afrin region, dissident-affiliated websites reported on Sunday.

The news websites reported that several long convoys of Nouralddeen al-Zinki and Faylaq al-Sham terrorists have entered Turkish territory from Idlib province to further provide support for the Ankara-backed militant groups in their campaign against Kurdish forces in Afrin region in Northwestern Aleppo.

The Turkish army and allied militants are carrying out Operation Olive Branch against Kurds in Northern Syria.

The Turkish Army General Staff announced in a statement earlier today that almost 900 Kurdish militia have thus far been killed in Turkey’s Operation Olive Branch in Afrin region in Northwestern Aleppo.

The army staff’s statement said that 15 positions of the Kurds, including arms depots, were destroyed in the Turkish air attacks in the town of Afrin.

“The total number of Kurdish forces’ casualties in the Operation Olive Branch in Afrin now stands at 897,” the statement said.

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