Turkish Forces Deploy in Northern Syria in Agreement with Terrorist Groups


The Turkish army troops have deployed in the Northwestern territories of Aleppo province in an agreement with Nouralddeen al-Zinki terrorist group, a Kurdish media outlet reported on Wednesday.

The Kurdish-language Hawar news reported that the Turkish army reached an agreement with Nouralddeen al-Zinki and deployed in the village of Sheikh Aqil in Northwestern Aleppo.

In the meantime, some other sources in Idlib province reported that 14 armored and military vehicles of the Turkish army along with 3 fuel tankers left Turkey-Syria border for Aleppo, adding that the convoy is bout to deploy in Sheikh Aqil.

Also, Spokesman for Nouralddeen al-Zinki Abdulsalam Adbulrazaq said that they have reached an agreement with the Turkish troops over the deployment of Turkish soldiers at monitoring positions in Western Aleppo.

A terrorist commander disclosed on Tuesday that a long convoy of Turkish Army vehicles was forwarded to Idlib province in Northwestern Syria, adding that the convoy was the largest military column Ankara sent for a Syria mission.

The longest military convoy of the Turkish army, including over fifty vehicles, entered the small border town of Kafr Lusin and later moved to the small town of Qah in Northern Idlib, the militant-affiliated websites quoted Hazifah al-Taher, a commander of the Al-Nusra Front (Tahrir al-Sham Hay’at or the Levant Liberation Board), as saying.

The websites further said that 80 Turkish soldiers, deployed in Kafr Lusin, crossed the border into Northern Idlib.

Hazifah al-Taher further told the websites that the Turkish convoy was forwarded to Idlib to take control over a key base that overlooks the town of Afrin in Qala’a Sam’an in Western Aleppo.

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