Newspaper close to Erdogan: Turkey decided to launch an all-out war against Syria
10:00 - 01/03/2020
The Turkish newspaper, "Yeni Shafak", which is close to Erdogan, revealed on Sunday that the recent security meeting in Ankara resulted in a decision to launch a comprehensive war against the government of Damascus, in which Turkey is targeting "regime sites" in various Syrian cities, not in Idlib Just.
The newspaper said, the Turkish forces recently targeted its guns, long-range missiles and drones, the locations of the Syrian army commanders and its air defense systems in addition to its helicopters.
The newspaper reported that the security meeting, held by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan after the killing of 33 Turkish soldiers by bombing a Syrian in Idlib on Thursday, came out with a decision to announce all sites of the "Syrian regime" as targets of Turkey in Idlib in particular, and the rest of the Syrian cities in general.
She noted, "Yeni Shafak" to intensify the Turkish army's reinforcements, noting that the military build-up that pushed it to Idlib is the most comprehensive in the history of the Turkish Republic, indicating the number of Turkish elements present in Idlib estimated at 12 thousand individuals, while the number of tanks, armored vehicles and rocket launchers exceeded The 3 thousand barrier.
It is noteworthy that Erdogan had given the Syrian government until the end of February to withdraw its forces in Idlib, beyond the Turkish control points deployment line, threatening to launch a major military operation to force it to do so. Ended / 25