Hama, Syria, May 23, 2018. The Turkish Army sends military reinforcements to monitoring outposts in Northern Hama, Central Syria. The convoy of reinforcements entered from the border village of Kafr Lousin in Idlib, Northern Syria, and one half of the convoy headed to the village of Midan Ghazal on the Shahshabou mountain. The other half of the convoy headed to the town of Mourek in Hama. The convoy included 30 military vehicles escorted by armored vehicles for the Faylaq al-Sham opposition faction, which works with the Turkish Army. A week ago, the Turkish Army established a new monitoring outpost on the Shahshabou mountain in Hama to monitor the de-escalation agreement. Earlier, Turkey established monitoring outposts in the Sam’an mountain citadel in Aleppo, the villages of Salwa and al-Saraman in Idlib, and the town of Mourek in Hama. Turkish military convoys enter the Aleppo and Idlib governorates on a regular basis in implementation of the de-escalation agreement reached in the sixth Astana talks.