BEIRUT, LEBANON (4:30 P.M.) – A large Turkish military convoy was seen entering the northern countryside of the Latakia Governorate this afternoon, which is a violation of the Astana agreement.

According to a military report from Latakia, the Turkish military entered the Jabal Al-Akrad region to establish a new observation post.

Turkey is not permitted to enter the Latakia Governorate and they had recently agreed to not enter the province during the Astana Peace Conference.

At the same time, another Turkish military convoy was seen heading towards the southwestern countryside of Idlib, where they are planning to reinforce their observation post in Ishtabraq.

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Turkey is true to itself. They are always making the wrong decisions.
They just want to make enemies out of unjustified arrogance.

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Especially since a lunatic is into a neo-Ottoman trip…

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turkey has downgraded itself as illegal occupiers

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They’ve downgraded at being so for long :
44 years illegal occupation of Cyprus, 583 years illegal occupation of Constantinople and Thrace…
With ancestors like the Hittites, the worst scum of antiquity, no surprise!

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Gustavo Lopez Velazquez

I had the bad feeling that Turkey is preparing a large attack to something or is protecting its terrorists against a possible Syria attack around this area. I do not trust Turkey and am sure that Turkey is just following secret command from USA. The whole behavior of Turkey makes me think this way.

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FlorianGeyer

Perhaps the map reader directing the convoy was trained by NATO 🙂

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NATO doesn’t provides training.

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Nestor Arapa

Una ves más Erdogan se burla de Rusia e Irán, El gobierno Sirio tiene que avanzar por la frontera Turca y cortar suministros, armas y mercenarios que ingresan desde Turquía.