3 killed in conflict between Al-Jabhat Al-Shamiya, Ahrar Al-Sham
Tensions along Syria's northern border, as well as armed clashes between the two militia groups, have resulted in three deaths so far.
Three were killed in clashes between Turkish-backed militia Al-Jabhat Al-Shamiya (The Levant Front) and Salafist group Ahrar Al-Sham in northern Syria.
The Levant Front, which communicates with a group of armed factions known as the Levant Revolutionaries, took control of the village of Ablah.
The Levant Revolutionaries, led by the Levant Front, deployed armed men to Al-Bab, Azaz and Afrin to confront the militants of Ahrar Al-Sham movement.
Operation room "Al-Fateh Al-Mubin", which includes the Ahrar Al-Sham Movement, Al-Sham Brigades, and other factions in Idlib, announced mobilization to confront the Levant Front and the Levant Revolutionaries north and east of Aleppo throughout Olive Branch and Euphrates Shield areas.
In parallel, Moscow has urged Turkey to abandon plans for a military operation in northern Syria and will continue to do so, Special Russian Presidential Representative for Syria Alexander Lavrentyev said at a press conference on Thursday.
It is worth noting that a Syrian field source has lately confirmed that the Syrian army is reinforcing its positions and forces and strengthening its fortifications, as Turkish forces bring military reinforcements to the city of Azaz in the northern countryside of Aleppo.