BEIRUT, LEBANON (9:45 A.M.) – A large Turkish military convoy entered Syria on Saturday through the Bab Al-Hawa border crossing in northwestern Syria.

According to reports from the Idlib Governorate, the Turkish military convoy was seen heading towards Jabal al-Zawiya with technical and armored vehicles, tanks, and bulldozers.

The Turkish military convoy was specifically said to have been heading towards the front-line area in the Jabal Al-Zawiya region; this is where their allied militant forces are currently attacking the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) in southwestern Idlib.

RT Arabic released a video of the Turkish military heading towards the Jabal Al-Zawiya region on Saturday, confirming the early reports about several vehicles entering northwestern Syria from the Bab Al-Hawa crossing.

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Tyler Vincent
Tyler Vincent
2020-03-01 10:39

Perhaps Putin’s Sochi agreement was designed to pull the Turks into Syria, so that any attack against Syria (if Erdogen failed to live up to agreements), would be clearly illegal under international law, as Turkey is the invader, and it is impossible for NATO to back them up. Syria’s S300 will absolutely annihilate any large scale attack upon Syria.

Daeshbags-Sux
Daeshbags-Sux
2020-03-01 16:32
Reply to  Tyler Vincent

Under international law = Hague Convention, using militias as proxies to attack a country is already a de facto declaration of war from the proxies’ backers/handlers and is absolutely illegal under intl’ law. NATO has already warned Turkey there’d be no support to Turkish actions in Syria if Turkey gets retaliation due to this fact as NATO is NOT an aggression alliance but a mutual defence one and Turkey is illegally aggressing Syria. This is even why Iranian troops in Syria are legitimate targets for IDF since Iran backs Hezbollah, PIJ and Hamas! Syrian S-300 can at best deal with… Read more »

jimbim
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jimbim
2020-03-01 13:09

Why are they not stopping the convoy`s.

Daeshbags-Sux
Daeshbags-Sux
2020-03-01 16:36
Reply to  jimbim

RBK-500 are needed. IDK if Russia delivered these to SyAAF and in this case, I think that only the very few upgraded (I think there are 8) Su-24 may do the delivery. Maybe SyAAF fears F-16 interception of their few efficient strike aircraft?

Nestor Arapa
Nestor Arapa
2020-03-01 17:19

Mala idea la ofensiva en el sur de Idlib, el ejercito Sirio tenía un avance en el norte de Idlib y oeste de Alepo, era continuar hasta cortar la carretera que ingresa desde Turquía y tomar la ciudad importante de Sarmadá, si hubiese ocurrido ello ya no hubiera ingresado mas convoy y los terroristas hubiesen estado aislados.
El apoyo Ruso tiene ser continuo y no estar complaciendo los caprichos de Erdogan.