Syrian regime forces targeted a Turkish convoy with missiles on Wednesday in Idlib, burning at least one Turkish vehicle, a UK-based war monitor reported.
The regime-controlled Syrian Central Military Media confirmed the attack on Telegram, saying eight Turkish soldiers were injured as a result.
Turkey backs opposition factions north of Syria, while Russia backs the Syrian regime led by Bashar al-Assad.
Turkey has been sending military convoys into Syria and setting up observation posts to back the Syrian opposition factions in their fight for their last stronghold in the war-torn country.
The Russian-backed regime has been bombing the Turkish-backed opposition factions on a daily basis in support of an offensive by the Syrian government forces.