The checkpoint will be opened near Turkey’s village of Hamam in Kumlu, the Anadolu news agency said, adding that its construction would start very soon.
The decision was taken during a country's government meeting, where facilitation of humanitarian aid delivery to Afrin was discussed, the media outlet noted, referring to its anonymous sources close to the issue.
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On March 18, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced that Ankara had established full control over Afrin. The Turkish leader, however, has said on multiple occasions that the Turkish operation in northern Syria would not end with the seizure of Afrin and the campaign would be expanded to other parts of the war-torn country, including Manbij.
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Damascus has condemned the operation, calling it a violation of Syria's sovereignty.