Turkish Army Meets With Civilians in Jabal al-Zawiya — What Did They Promise? 

In anticipation of an assault by regime backed forces, Turkey has spoken to residents who are in the firing line reports Nadaa Syria.

On Tuesday, a Turkish officer met with a number of civilians in rural southern Idleb’s Jabal al-Zawiya to inform them of military developments and the Turkish army’s role in the fighting should Russian militias launch an attack on the area. 

According to a local source who spoke with Nadaa Syria, the meeting took place at the Turkish military point located in the town of Ahsam in Jabal al-Zawiya, and included officials in charge of the point as well as a delegation of local residents. 

The Turkish officer promised residents that they would engage in combat with Russian militias represented by the Assad regime, should fighting break out in Jabal al-Zawiya. 

The Turkish army called on residents to take precautionary measures, as the commander had observed a military buildup of Russian militias in Maaret al-Nu’man and Kafranbel in rural southern Idleb. 

The National Liberation Front on Tuesday declared the eastern sector of Jabal al-Zawiya a military zone in order to protect civilians, as the area has faced repeated artillery bombing and shelling. 

The Turkish army is deployed across Jabal al-Zawiya at a number of military points set up recently. The most important is located on the peak of al-Nabi Ayoub. Turkish forces have also recently fortified their positions in Idleb governorate in general, with air defense systems, armored vehicles and tanks. 

 

This article was translated and edited by The Syrian Observer. The Syrian Observer has not verified the content of this story. Responsibility for the information and views set out in this article lies entirely with the author.

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