Turkish military reinforcements reach the Syrian border in preparation for a prospective attack[/size] Twilight News
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(Reuters) - A new convoy of Turkish reinforcements stationed at the border with Syria arrived in the southern state of Kalis on Sunday.
According to the agency "Anadol" Turkish that a military convoy of trucks loaded with tanks, arrived in the district of Albili in the state of Kalis adjacent to the Syrian province of Aleppo.
The agency pointed out that the convoy went to the border with Syria to strengthen the forces deployed throughout, amid security measures.
Recently, the Turkish army raised the level of reinforcements on its southern border, amid growing tension in the province of Idlib amid news of preparations by Syrian forces to launch a military operation on the positions of militants in the province of Idlib.
Idlib, bordering southwestern Turkey, is the last stronghold of militants in Syria, where more than 70 percent of its territory is dominated by armed factions led by the Sham Liberation Organization.
The Syrian authorities have repeatedly stressed in the recent period, including by the President of the country, that the liberation of Idlib province will be a priority for the Syrian army in its future operations, amid international warnings, including by the United Nations, the United States and Turkey, the possible catastrophic repercussions of any operation In the region for the estimated 4 million local civilians.
Russia stressed Syria's right to liberate its entire territory from terrorists, saying that it is now necessary to separate them from the so-called moderate opposition in the region, which works in cooperation with Turkey, which is representative of the moderate opposition within the framework of Astana's negotiating process.