At least 33 soldiers were killed and dozens more wounded due to Syria's airstrikes that were conducted on Turkish outposts in the rebel stronghold of Idlib, according to the information, which was provided by Ankara officials. It was reported by DW.
The office of President Erdogan stated about the launch of counterstrike against Syrian regime targets in Idlib.
Turkey announced that it would no longer stop Syrian refugees from crossing from Turkey into Europe.
As we reported earlier, the Turkish military landed a retaliatory strike on the emplacements of Bashaar al-Assad's forces in Idlib, Syria. It should be considered as the act of revenge for the deaths of more than 30 Turkish troops in that province.
"The famous targets of [Assad's] regime are hit, and they will be attacked on and on, on the ground and from the air", the Head of Department for Public Relations of Turkish President said.
Meanwhile, the North Atlantic Council is scheduled to meet on February 28, following Turkey’s request to hold consultations under Article 4 of the Washington Treaty on the situation in Syria.