Turkish Army Resumes Attacks on Kurdish Positions in Aleppo Province | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Turkish Army Resumes Attacks on Kurdish Positions in Aleppo Province

The Turkish Army resumed its offensive on the Kurdish fighters' military positions in Northern Syria after reinforcing and dispatching 70 armored vehicles to Aleppo province.
The Turkish Army and Ankara-backed militants heavily pounded the military positions of Kurdish Al-Bab Military Council in the village of al-Baqouz East of the city of Al-Bab. The Turkish Army and Ankara-backed militants were stationed in the village of Olashli West of the city of Manbij in Northeastern Aleppo.

Meantime, battlefield sources said that the Turkish Army has dispatched around 70 military vehicles comprising military and logistic supplies as well as a number of soldiers to the war fronts in Northern Syria.

The sources said that the Turkish military convoy has arrived in Mourek in Northern Hama and al-Sarman in the surrounding areas of al-Ma'arat al-Numan South of Idlib after passing through areas under the control of Tahrir al-Sham al-Hay'at (the Levant Liberation Board or the Al-Nusra Front) in full coordination with the terrorist group.

In a relevant development last Wednesday, sources in Syria said that Turkey was planning to occupy new areas in Idlib to prevent the Syrian Army from conducting its military operations in the region amid terrorists' continued attacks in the demilitarized zone.

"The Turkish Army intends to create six new regions in Tal al-Toufan and Tal al-Sultan West of Abu al-Zohour and in a road linking Saraqib city to Abu al-Zohour town in Southeastern Idlib," field sources close to the militant groups in Syria said.

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