Turkey builds a new military post in Idlib
ISWNews Analysis Group: Contrary to the Moscow agreement, Turkish Army is building a new military point in outskirt of al-Barah, south of Idlib.
The base is near the front line with Syrian army and Kafr Nubl town (where Syrian army forces stationed). Field sources said that Turkish army created trenches around the new base. This is the second Turkish military post in al-Barah village and surrounding area.
Turkish Army positioned several tanks, heavy trucks of logistics and ammos near the base. It seems the reason of erecting this base is due to high tension between Syrian Army and militants and arrival of Syrian Army reinforcement in the area.
On April 24, Turkish Army also erected a military post in the Ziyadiah village in suburbs of Jisr al-Shughur, violating Moscow agreement.
The Turkish army is currently stationed in four observation posts and more than 50 military posts in western Aleppo and the Idlib region.
Observation posts of 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, Ruwaiha, Kansafra, Kadoura, Qastun, and Bab al-Hawa are among the military and observation posts in which the Turkish army is present.