Negotiations between the Russians and the Turks to pull out the pro-Turkey factions from some of the areas they took control today north of Al-Raqqah • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Negotiations between the Russians and the Turks to pull out the pro-Turkey factions from some of the areas they took control today north of Al-Raqqah

The Syrian Observatory for human Rights was informed that sporadic clashes are taking place in areas in the villages of Sayda and Al-Ma’alak, between Syria Democratic Forces against pro-Turkey factions.

In connection to this, sources informed SOHR that negotiations are underway between the Russians and the Turks to pull out the members of pro-Turkey factions “National Army”, to a distance of 2 km north of the villages of Sayda and Al-Ma’alak over which the factions imposed their control today morning.

It is noteworthy that the agreement whose details was published by SOHR on November 16, according to sources, stipulated the withdrawal of Turkey-loyal factions from some villages until the outskirts of Ras Al-Ayn, and the withdrawal from the International Highway M4, with the deployment of regime forces in these areas.

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