Turkey continues to draw up military equipment to border with Syria
Azerbaijan, Baku, June 28 / Trend, A.Taghiyeva /
About 30 military equipments of the Turkish army were drawn up to the border with Syria this morning, the Sabah newspaper reported.
Military equipment was sent from the Hatay city to the border districts Reyhanlı, Yayladagi and Altinozu.
Turkey began to draw up military equipment to the border with Syria on Tuesday after Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan stated that Bashar al-Assad's regime is a threat to Turkish security.
Erdogan's statement came after Syria said it shot down the F4 jet because it was flying over Syrian territorial waters. However, Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said that the F4 jet was shot down in international airspace and its wreckage fell into Syrian territorial waters.
A Turkish Air Force F-4 jet departing on Friday from the Erhac airbase in the Province of Malatya disappeared from radar screens half an hour after take-off in airspace over the Mediterranean Sea areas of Hatay province's south-east border with Syria.