Russian – Turkish military vehicles patrol villages of the southern and southwestern countryside of Darbasiyah in the 9th patrol in the Syrian north since the beginning of this month • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Russian – Turkish military vehicles patrol villages of the southern and southwestern countryside of Darbasiyah in the 9th patrol in the Syrian north since the beginning of this month

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored a new joint patrol between the Russian and the Turkish Forces in the Syrian north area, where 4 Turkish and Russian vehicles set off from the border village of Arad north of Abu Rasin (Zarkan), and headed towards the southern and southwestern countryside of Darbasiyah, it worth mentioning that the joint patrol is the 9th of its kind since the Russian – Turkish agreement about the Syrian north in early November 2019.

The Syrian Observatory published on the 18th of this Month that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored a new joint patrol between the Russians and the Turkish Forces in areas north and northeastern of Syria, where the patrol is roaming the eastern countryside of Ayn al-Arab (Kobani) for the 3rd time since the beginning of this month, the patrol consists of 4 Russian and 4 Turkish vehicles and was launched Monday morning from Marj Ismail village, while the Syrian Observatory learned that a Turkish military vehicle run over a woman’s foot in Tiri village east of Ayn al-Arab, while one of the Turkish vehicles hit 2 civilian cars in the area, also tear gas was launched by members of the patrol at the people who gathered in Ayn al-Batt village, where residents of the villages where the patrol will roam gather in order to throw stones, rotten vegetables, and shoes as an expression of their rejection of the Russian – Turkish agreement.

Lens of the Syrian Observatory from al-Darbasiyah area monitors the Russian – Turkish patrol that roamed this morning in villages south and southwest of Darbasiyah, amid the flight of Russian helicopter over the area

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