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Photos: Turkish troops cross borders with Syria and station in the buffer zone

2017/09/21 | 21:10

(Iraq Now News)- The Turkish bulldozers that crossed the Syrian borders.

Idlib (Syria News) A Turkish military convoy crossed the Turkish-Syrian borders, on Thursday, and stationed in the buffer zone between the borders of the two countries, Qasioun News reported.

The news agency revealed that a Turkish convoy, carrying military bulldozers and vehicles, crossed the Turkish-Syrian border near the Bab al-Hawa crossing port was stationed in the international buffer zone between the borders of Turkey and Syria, in order to back up the Turkish troops stationed on the border with Syria.

It is noteworthy that several Turkish media outlets have recently reported that the Turkish intervention in the region is welcomed by the Syrian opposition militias.

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