DAMASCUS, SYRIA (3:40 P.M.) – A Turkish military convoy entered, today, the Syrian province of Idlib to further enhance the military buildup in one of the observation posts deployed in the area.

The convoy, which includes armored and logistic vehicles, as well as servicemen, headed to Sarman village located in the eastern countryside of the province, where the Turkish Army has set up an observation post earlier.

Last Thursday, Turkey established its last post in the western countryside of Idlib as per Astana talks held by the three guarantor states; Turkey, Russian and Iran.

This comes as the three countries agreed to enhance the de-escalation zones across the war-torn Syria.

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hey Turkey, either you kill the vermin, or the SAA heroes will kill you AND the vermin.

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Erdogan is in my top 3 for the Mid-East.
The Top-3 of the worst slime.
He actually is the vermin!

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You made me curious who are the rest 2 of your top Mid-East?!?

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Well, finally, I’ll go top 5!!! Too had to chose 3 only and there is no # before any, they’re all the same Emir Tamim of Qatar Mahmoud Abbas Ali Khamenei The al-Sauds’ Note that I didn’t used snakes (althoug), rats, cockroaches, mofos, scum, etc but slime… Al are fücking cynical hypocrites at galactic levels, in all these cases, they’re totaly toxic for their countries too. Actually, they’d all deserve teir population to go out in the streets, get them then lynch them, and nonetheless they’d be right to do so, but it’d still too nice retribution for their deeds…… Read more »

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Turkey is not putting observation posts ¿ observation posts in an area controlled by terrorists supported by Turkey ? Turkey is just making the track of the Syria territory we want to steal.