Turkey established a new military post south of Idlib
ISWNews Analysis Group: According to local reports, the Turkish army has set up a new military post west of the village of al-Ruwaiha in southern Idlib province.
This military post was established between the villages of Al-Ruwaiha and Al-Sarjah, north of the city of Ma’arat al-Nu’man.
The process of establishing the new point comes at a time when Turkey is withdrawing from other observation points in the countryside of Aleppo the last of which was the Sheikh Aqil point in the northwestern countryside, with preparations to withdraw from another point in Anadan to the north.
The Turkish army is currently stationed in nine observation posts and about 50 military posts in western Aleppo and the Idlib region.
Observation posts of Al-Sarman, Tal Al-Tawqan, Tal Al-Eis, Al-Rashedin, Andan, Deir Samaan, Salwah, Ashtabraq mountain, Al-Zaytouna and military posts of (around)Saraqib, Al-Tarnabeh, Al-Nairib, Al-Mughir, Al-Zarba, Qaminas, Sarmin, Taftanaz Airport, Ma’ara Al-Misrin, Kafr Karmin, Tawama, Regiment 111, Mastumah base, Termanin, Atarib, Darat Izza, Bardaghli, Maataram, Nahlia, Bsanqol, Bazabor, Batabo, Mahambil, Abzamo, Ram Hamdan, Kar Nuran, Jinah, Mushayrifa, Tal Khatab, Bdama, Najiyah, Al-Za’iniya, Al-Ghassaniyah, Deir Sonbol, Al-Kufayr, Al-Barah, Al-Burnas, Ariha, Jannah Al-Qura, Basamas, Tal Nabi Ayyub, Al-Qiyasat, Maarata, Mar’iyan, Mantaf, Tel Arqam, Qoqafin, Balyon and Ruwaiha are among the military and observation posts in which the Turkish army is present.