Turkey sends its troops to Syria

Turkey has sent a new military convoy consisting of four military vehicles to Syria.

The Turkish convoy is heading south on Syria’s northern province of Idlib on Saturday after crossing the Kafrlosin Pass (north).

Sky News reports quoted several sources as saying that the convoy includes about four military vehicles, including light tanks, twelve vehicles, twenty-two armored vehicles, five cargo vehicles, and three bulldozers.

The arrival of the military convoy came just a day after Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan had a phone conversation with his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin.

Meanwhile, attacks by the Assad regime on the region have recently increased the tension in Idlib and tens of thousands of residents have been forced to flee their homes.