The Turkish army begins evacuating two besieged points in Idlib and Aleppo

The Turkish army transferred its last military convoy on Monday evening, from the besieged observation point “eleventh” in the town of “Sher Maghar” in the western countryside of Hama, to the “Jabal al Zawiya” area, south of Idlib.

The convoy was stationed on Sunday at the besieged Turkish observation post in the town of Maarhatat near the city of Maarat al Numan, south of Idlib, and it entered the areas controlled by armed militias at ten o’clock yesterday evening.

The Turkish forces will begin on Tuesday, to evacuate two besieged points, the first in the town of “Maarhatt” near the city of “Maarat al Numan”, south of Idlib, and the second in the town of “Qubtan al Jabal” in the western countryside of Aleppo.

The source pointed out that the Turkish forces besieged inside the two points were able to dismantle all the military equipment inside the two points, including communication towers, logistical equipment, caravans and guards, in conjunction with preparing 60 trucks to enter the two points to evacuate them on Tuesday, and transfer them to new military points in the “Jabal al Zawiya” area, south of the governorate.

It is noteworthy that the Turkish army began two weeks ago to transfer its first “ninth” besieged point in the city of “Morek” north of Hama, followed by the evacuation of the Turkish “eleventh” point in the town of “Sher Maghar” west of Hama, and Tal Touqan, in the eastern countryside of Idlib.