Clashes between HTS, Turkish-backed factions renewed in east Aleppo
Al Mayadeen correspondent reports that the Turkish army deployed tanks in some locations without direct involvement in the ongoing clashes in eastern Aleppo.
Clashes have renewed between Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) and factions of the Turkish-backed Syrian National Army in several villages east of Aleppo, an Al Mayadeen correspondent reported Sunday.
The Turkish army deployed tanks in some locations without direct involvement in the ongoing clashes in eastern Aleppo, our correspondent added.
Just two days ago, the Turkish-backed factions launched a counterattack towards areas controlled by HTS and its allies, focusing their offensive on the Ma'bar al-Humran axis in the countryside of al-Bab.
Al Mayadeen's correspondent has also reported that the Turkish-backed factions seized weapons from HTS on the outskirts of the village of Thuluthana and have reinforced their positions on the frontlines.
Earlier this month, the Syrian Arab Army repelled intense attacks by HTS terrorists in the northern countryside of Aleppo.
HTS was attempting to regain positions that the Syrian Arab Army had advanced to during battles with the Turkistan Islamic Party.