SDF counter a new attack by the Turkish Forces and the factions during the night hours, and the joint Russian – Turkish patrols will start soon at the border • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

SDF counter a new attack by the Turkish Forces and the factions during the night hours, and the joint Russian – Turkish patrols will start soon at the border

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored violent clashes in area Abu Rasin areas (Zarkan), between the Syria Democratic Forces against the Turkish Forces and factions loyal to them, in an attack started by the latter yesterday night, and the clashes continued and concentrated in Onq al-Hawa area until dawn of today accompanied by intense and heavy shelling, and SDF were able to counter the attack, also 3 civilians including a woman were injured in addition to injury of a journalist of foreign nationality in shelling and clashes in the area, while the relative and cautious calm prevails all over the east Euphrates area on Friday morning, in conjunction with continuous preparations and anticipation for the start of the joint military patrols between the Turks and the Russians on the border during the day, in accordance with the Russian – Turkish agreement.

The Syrian Observatory published yesterday that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that the Russian and Turkish sides held a meeting this morning in Darbasiyah crossing area, where both parties discussed the mechanism of coordination between them to run joint patrols in the area, and according to what the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned, the Russians and the Turks agreed to start joint patrols in the area from tomorrow, where it was agreed on the areas from which these patrols will be launched in addition to the mechanism vehicle, in preparation to launch them after they were postponed over the past 2 days, sources from the leadership of the Syria Democratic Forces justified it as an attempt to pressure them to accept regime’s conditions, especially after recent American moves and the American military reinforcements brought to the area, as well as the decision of the U.S. House of Representatives to impose sanctions on Turkey.

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