Another Turkish military convoy entered the Syrian province of Idlib

A new convoy of soldiers and military equipment headed from Turkey to northwest Syria, where Turkish units are deployed, according to activists of the SOHR Syrian Human Rights Monitoring Centre in the social network.

According to their data, the convoy includes about 15 military vehicles and trucks. They crossed the border with Syria at night through the Kafr Luzin crossing.
According to the organisation, the number of Turkish military personnel in Syria has increased to 6,370 since the new ceasefire regime came into effect, not counting the several hundred that have just arrived.

SOHR activists have recorded more than 9705 trucks and military vehicles from Turkey entering Syria from February 2 to date, including tanks and other armoured vehicles, personnel and military radars.