BEIRUT, LEBANON (2:30 P.M.) – A Turkish military convoy arrived in Reyhanli in Turkey’s border province of Hatay on Sunday en route to the country’s border with Syria’s Idlib Governorate, according to local media reports.

According to local media, the military convoy arrived from the direction of Kirikhan.

The deployment followed a statement by Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu in Antalya on Saturday where he said Turkey was “working hard” to prevent a humanitarian crisis in Idlib.

Recently, the Turkish military has increased their presence around the Idlib and Aleppo governorates in order to potentially halt any advance by the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and their allies around these provinces.

However, despite the Turkish military’s buildup in Idlib and Aleppo, the Syrian Arab Army and their allies do not seem to be backing down.

In fact, they have intensified their assault in the Idlib and Hama governorates over the past 24 hours, as they prepare to launch their large-scale ground attack.

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turkey is still helping zio terrorists – old dog rarely changes its spots

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So this is the reason offensive haven’t started yet. Putin is in a very delicate position. If he backs SAA in war against Turkey it will flip Erdogan back to U.S. side and if he does nothing he’ll be considered weak among his allies and his foes…

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Join the discussion…

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President Putin has already involved his army, the Russian Air Force bombarding terrorists in Hama, and Idlib

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One thing is aerial bombardement but a whole different thing is a full blown offensive…

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That is the preparation.

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The video was a bit dark :-))

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Was this the agreement with Russia and Iran ? Is this the way Turkey pretend to get rid of ISIS-Daesh ? Of course not, Turkey is just preparing terrorists protection and help.

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Turki is shiet scared and seriously worried about the catastrophic human refugees coming in from Idlib into Turki along with the various head choppers and it desperately wants to stop this from happening. I wish Russia should not support Turki and continue support to Syria and continue the attack on Hama & Idlib. Enough is Enough. Turki whish is to blame for this war right from the beginning was covertly doing and now doing everything in the open. Earlier it sent terrorists & militants and now it is sending its terrorist army.