On Monday, Turkish forces sent a convoy consisting of dozens of military and logistical vehicles to their control points in the de-escalation zone in Idlib, northwestern Syria.
A field source told North-Press that Turkish forces brought a convoy of dozens of military and logistical vehicles through the Kafr Lossin crossing at the border with Iskenderun, heading towards Turkish points within the de-escalation zone.
On Sunday, a Turkish convoy passed the Kafr Lossin crossing north of Idlib, heading towards Turkish observation points in the de-escalation zone. The convoy included dozens of vehicles in addition to trucks carrying logistical and military equipment.
The number of Turkish vehicles that have entered Syrian territory since the new ceasefire began is more than 3,000, in addition to thousands of soldiers, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.