(MENAFN) The Turkish convoy which entered the northern countryside of Hama and installed three monitoring points reportedly includes more than 50 military vehicles, including tanks, armored vehicles and personnel carriers; it fixed monitoring points in the city of Murak and the two towns of Lahaya and Latmin surrounding it, Enab Baladi reported.
Turkey has installed seven points in the area, which spread in Anadan in the northern countryside of Aleppo, three points in the western countryside of Aleppo and another point in Talat al-Iss to the south of the governorate. In addition to two points in the surrounding of Maarrat al-Nu"man and Tell Touqan in eastern Idlib.
The installation of the ninth point came two days after the meeting of the Turkish, Russian and Iranian presidents in Ankara, through which they discussed the Syrian file's developments, and confirmed the progress in the "Astana" Talks.
The Head of the "Free" Hama Concil Nafe, which called on Ankara to spread monitoring points in the governorate, pointed out that "the military progress towards these areas threatens to displace more than 200 thousand people and to inflate the crisis, especially that we have already received the displaced people of Ghouta."
"The Turkish presence prevents the progress, stabilizes the areas and achieves security," he added.
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