المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Helicopters escort the Russian – Turkish joint patrol in Ma’bada countryside for the first time since the start of patrols at the beginning of this month

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored a new joint patrol between the Turkish Forces and their Russian counterpart in the Syrian north, where the patrol consists of 2 vehicles of the Russians and 4 of the Turks, and they roamed villages located in the countryside of Ma’bada town, amid the flight of 2 helicopters in skies of the area for the first time since the start of patrols at the beginning of this month, in order to prevent them of being targeted like the previous 6 patrols which took place in accordance with the agreement of Putin – Erdogan, and on the 12th of November, the Syrian Observatory reported that 2 armored vehicles were damaged due to the popular resistance of the people of Ayn al-Arab (Kobani), and according to sources of the Syrian Observatory, forces of the Turkish – Russian patrol dragged carried a damaged vehicle out of the city.

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