33 soldiers were killed by the Syrian army, and the Turkish defense chief took command of the front line

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 33 soldiers were killed by the Syrian army, and the Turkish defense chief took command of the front line


According to the Russian satellite news agency on February 28, in response to the incident, Turkish defense minister Hulusi akar arrived at the command center of khatay Province on the border between Turkey and Syria to personally direct the Turkish armys military operations against Syria in Idlib. According to Turkish television, akar arrived in khatai province after the security meeting held by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, where he and several other commanders conducted the ground and air operations of Turkish soldiers in Syria.

(function() {(window. Slotbydup = window. Slotbydup| []). Push ({ID: u5811557, container: ssp_, async: true});}) ()); Syrias Idlib province borders Turkey and is the last major territory controlled by Syrian opposition forces and extremist organizations in Syria. Syrian government forces have been hoping to recover the area. Erdogan had previously said that he hoped Russian President Vladimir Putin would exert pressure on Syrian President Assad, urging Syrian government forces to stop the offensive launched in Idlib province and lift the siege on the Turkish observation station by the end of February, or the Turkish side would respond militarily. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Turkey failed to fulfill several key obligations to solve the Syrian issue of Idlib and did not treat the armed opposition willing to dialogue differently from terrorists, but Turkish vice president octay denied this. Erdogan pointed out on February 19 that satisfactory results have not yet been achieved in the negotiations with Russia on the Syrian Idlib issue, and Turkey is ready to take military action in the region. Source: Global Times global network editor: Yao Wenguang nn1682

Syrias Idlib province borders Turkey and is the last major territory controlled by Syrian opposition forces and extremist organizations in Syria. Syrian government forces have been hoping to recover the area.

Erdogan had previously said that he hoped Russian President Vladimir Putin would exert pressure on Syrian President Assad, urging Syrian government forces to stop the offensive launched in Idlib province and lift the siege on the Turkish observation station by the end of February, or the Turkish side would respond militarily. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Turkey failed to fulfill several key obligations to solve the Syrian issue of Idlib and did not treat the armed opposition willing to dialogue differently from terrorists, but Turkish vice president octay denied this. Erdogan pointed out on February 19 that satisfactory results have not yet been achieved in the negotiations with Russia on the Syrian Idlib issue, and Turkey is ready to take military action in the region.