The Syrian Arab Army provided militants located in western Aleppo until October 15th to leave the de-escalation zone. After that, the troops promise to shell and destroy the militants remaining on this territory.
Yesterday, the Russian Ministry of Defense denied the militants reported the death of Russian soldiers as a result of an attack by the National Liberation Front in the south of Idlib.
In the meantime, Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that Turkey is ready to establish a buffer zone on the eastern bank of the Euphrates without the help of a coalition. In addition, the Turkish leader threatened to open the passage to Europe for Syrian refugees if European countries did not provide assistance.
In the last 24 hours, Turkish troops delivered their tanks and other military vehicles to the border with the province of Idlib from the city of Hatay, and also relocated equipment from the settlement of Maar Hatat in Idlib province to the observation post in the town of Murak in Hama governorate.