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Turkish Military Convoy Deploys in Northern Aleppo

A large Turkish Army convoy, escorted by Ankara-backed militants, has arrived in Jabal (Mount) Anak area near the town of Anadan, just North of Aleppo city in Syria.

According to locals, the convoy was over one hundred vehicles in size – consisting of self-deploying bridging equipment, armored personnel carriers, armored cars, lorries, fuel trucks and excavators.

Also in tow with the military column was about a company of Turkish troops; these servicemen will most likely act as the security forces which maintain watch over the frontline areas opposing Syrian Army lines.

The deployment of additional Turkish forces to the Anadan region is part of an ongoing de-escalation scheme brokered between Moscow and Ankara.

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