Turkish drones Bayraktar spotted over Syrian Idlib

Turkey has sent at least three Bayraktar TB2 attack drones to Idlib.

Against the background of the threats of the Turkish authorities to Damascus and the impending powerful confrontation in the northern and northwestern parts of Syria, it became known about the dispatch of Turkish Bayraktar TB2 unmanned aerial vehicles to Idlib. The latter are still busy with patrolling and reconnaissance, however, most likely, the drones are supposed to be used to strike the Syrian troops, which are in a state of full combat readiness to storm Idlib and repel Turkish attacks in northern Syria.

In the presented image, you can see a Turkish attack unmanned aerial vehicle flying in the area of ​​the village of Reyhanli (Turkey) and near other settlements in Syria. The drone was performing some kind of observation mission. At the same time, two more Bayraktar TB2 reconnaissance and strike drones operated in other areas of Idlib.

Experts express fears that in the near future Turkey may use these attack drones to attack the positions of the Syrian army. In this regard, the Syrian air defense systems deployed in the area are put on full alert, preparing to attack drones in case of approach, preventing their attack.