Terrorists of Fatah al-Sham Front (formerly the al-Nusra Front) confessed that they have recently received military training in camps in Turkish territories.
Syrian soldiers and popular in an ambush operation in Sheikh Saeed districts in the Southern part of Aleppo city captured a number of Fatah al-Sham terrorists recently.
Now the army says that the captured terrorists have confessed that they had received advanced military training in a camp in Turkey.
Reports said in June that over 160 members of Fatah al-Sham terrorist group crossed the Turkish borders to join their comrades in Aleppo.
According to the Russian Center for Syrian reconciliation, at least 160 Fatah al-Sham Front militants crossed the border with Turkey in the North of Idlib province in June.
They were heading towards Aleppo to reinforce Takfiri terrorists fighting in the region, the Center added.
Since June, over 4,000 terrorists from various groups, including Fatah Al-Sham, have crossed the Turkish border into Syria, specially to help the militants entrapped in Aleppo.