BEIRUT, LEBANON (1:15 A.M.) – At approximately 10:35 P.M. (local time), a large Turkish Army convoy entered the Idlib Governorate from the Hatay Province, Syrian opposition activists reported.

According to these Syrian opposition activists, the Turkish military convoy entered the Idlib Governorate and was spotted traveling through the town of Harem, which is in the northern part of this province.

The activists added that the destination of the Turkish military convoy is still unknown at the moment; however, they are most likely heading towards the front-lines in the Idlib Governorate.

As shown in the video below, the Turkish Army convoy entered the Idlib Governorate with a large number of tanks, armored vehicles, and artillery field guns:

 

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