At least 22 soldiers had been killed in an airstrike in northeast Syria, a Turkish officer has stated.
Rahmi Dogan, the governor of Hatay, the Turkish state bordering Syria’s Idlib area, said that the soldiers had been killed Thursday. He explained several badly injured soldiers were being treated at hospitals.
A huge number of Turkish soldiers have been deployed in rebel-controlled regions of Idlib state where there’s an ongoing Syrian authorities attempt to take the region.
A total of 25 Turkish soldiers had been killed in Syria on Thursday, along with the following three reported dead at another incident earlier in the day.
However, other groups stated the amount was greater, together with the Allied Annals of Human Rights stating that 34 Turkish soldiers had expired.
Syria’s defense ministry said earlier in the afternoon that insurgents were using Turkish-supplied missiles to attack Turkish troops.
Syrian authorities forces are being encouraged by Russia in a bid to take the state.