المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Regime Border Guard Forces start to be deployed in 3 points at the border with Turkey in the eastern countryside of Al-Malikiyah (Dayrik)

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored today, the arrival of Regime Border Guard Forces in the eastern countryside of Al-Malikiyah city (Dayrik), and their deployment in 3 points at the border with Turkey, they are: the villages of “Kardamiyah”, “Jabal Hawwa” and “Ayn Diwar”.

According what SOHR monitored; the arriving forces included 15 military vehicles, in which they entered the areas where they were deployed at the Turkish border escorted by the Kurdish Internal Security Forces (Asayish).

The village of “Ayn Diwar” is located about 32 km away from “Smilka” border crossing between Syria and Iraq, and the village is nearly 18 km away from Al-Malikiyah city (Dayrik), while distance between the city and the crossing is nearly 20 km.

This is the firs time for the border guard forces of the Syrian regime to be deployed in these areas.

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