A massive Turkish Army military convoy destined for Tahrir al-Sham al-Hay’at (the Levant Liberation Board or the Al-Nusra Front) militants in Khan Sheikhoun was stopped under air raids by Russian and Syrian warplanes on Monday.
Russia’s Documents Center quoted special sources as saying that as soon as the Turkish military convoy arrived near Ma’aret al-Numan from Saraqib region to support Tahrir al-Sham’s movement towards Khan Sheikhoun city faced warning airstrikes near Khan Sheikhoun and was forced to bring to halt its movement.
The sources, meantime, pointed to a complete disconnection of the International Aleppo-Damascus Highway under Russian and Syrian airstrikes, and said that three Faylaq al-Sham terrorists, backed by the Turkish Army, who were moving through this route were killed.
The Turkish military convoy comprised 28 military vehicles, tanks and trucks carrying different types of weapons, missiles and military equipment as well as several armored personnel carriers.
In a relevant development earlier on Monday, the Turkish Army dispatched huge military convoys to Southern Idlib to stop the Syrian Army advances in the region.
The Turkish Army’s military convoys arrived in the cities of Saraqib and Ma’aret al-Numan in Southern Idlib as the Syrian Army has made advances in Khan Sheikhoun in battle against Tahrir al-Sham terrorists.