Soldiers were killed on Tuesday by a blast amid the development of a divider along the Syrian outskirt, close where the military is directing an operation against Islamic State and Kurdish contenders, military sources said.
They said the impact, in the Turkish region of Karkamis, was brought on by either a landmine or an ad libbed hazardous gadget.
Prior security sources and Turkish media had said the officers passed on amid the "Euphrates Shield" operation, itself in northern Syria.
The security sources said the troopers were injured in the impact and afterward transported to a doctor's facility in the Turkish city of Gaziantep where they later passed on.
The Euphrates Shield operation at first focused on IS civilian armies, yet the vast majority of the center since has been on checking the development of U.S.- sponsored Syrian Kurdish warriors.