The regime's Border Guard Forces are deployed in the border village of Deir Ghusn which is related to Al-Qahtaniyah Township in Al-Hasakah countryside • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

The regime’s Border Guard Forces are deployed in the border village of Deir Ghusn which is related to Al-Qahtaniyah Township in Al-Hasakah countryside

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored the start of the regime’s Border Guard Forces deployment in Deir Ghusn border village which is related to Al-Qahtaniyah Township.

This deployment comes according to the agreement between the Syria Democratic Forces, the Russians and the regime, to deploy the latter’s forces in the border areas along with the SDF’s pullout from them.

SOHR published today that a new joint Russian – Turkish patrols are expected to run on Tuesday, where the Syrian Observatory received information about the possibility of running a joint patrol in Ayn al-Arab (Kobani) countryside from the side of Tal Abyad area, in addition to al-Darbasiyah countryside at the border with Turkey at noon on Tuesday, days after running the first patrol between both parties, where the Syrian Observatory published on the 1st of November 2019 that the Russian – Turkish patrol ended its first tour at the border with Turkey in the country of Amuda and al-Darbasiyah, and in the details monitored by the Observatory for the first patrol of the Russian – Turkish agreement: the patrol set off from Shirik village in al-Darbasiyah countryside and toured the patrol in villages of al-Darbasiyah, and other villages of Amuda about 10 km deep but Without entering al-Darbasiyah or Amuda towns, sources of the Syrian Observatory reported that residents of several villages received the patrol by throwing vegetables and garbage at them, to express their rejection of the Turkish – Russian agreement, before the patrol returned to its starting center in Shirik village and from there to the Turkish territory.

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