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Turkey Accuses Syrian Army of Being Behind Protests at Idleb Military Posts

Turkey has accused the Syrian Arab Army of being behind recent protests that occurred in the vicinity of Turkish observation points reports Al-Masdar.
Turkey Accuses Syrian Army of Being Behind Protests at Idleb Military Posts

Turkish security sources told RT Arabic that members of the Syrian Arab Army are behind the demonstrations that took place in the vicinity of some Turkish observation points in Idleb.

The Turkish security sources stated that the Syrian government forces, “are trying to disturb the state of stability in Idleb, achieved with the ceasefire agreement concluded between Ankara and Moscow.”

They added, “Among the attempts to destabilize the region was the organization of demonstrations in the vicinity of the Turkish observation points located in the areas controlled by the Syrian government.” 

In mid-September, the Turkish Ministry of Defense announced the dispersal of groups that attacked the observation posts in the de-escalation zone in Idleb Governorate. 

They added that, “groups wearing civilian clothes belonging to Damascus approached the Turkish observation points, and attacked one of those points,” noting that after taking measures, the group dispersed and there were no injuries or damage to the observation points.


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