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BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:25 A.M.) – The Turkish Army sent a military convoy to the Idlib-Aleppo axis on Monday night after the armored vehicles were seen entering the Idlib Governorate from the Hatay Province.

The military convoy consisted of a dozen armored vehicles and several military personnel from the Turkish Army that were not previously deployed inside Syria.

According to a military report from northern Syria, the Turkish convoy arrived at Point 4 near the strategic town of Tal Al-‘Eis in the southern countryside of the Aleppo Governorate.

Due to this move by the Turkish military, the Syrian Arab Army’s (SAA) advance to the besieged Shiite towns of Al-Fou’aa and Kafraya has been blocked.

The Turkish military has built a defensive line along the major roads to Kafraya and Al-Fou’aa, which will ultimately infuriate the Iranian and Syrian governments.

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