This morning, Tuesday, a Russian-Turkish patrol was exposed to new targeting on the Latakia-Aleppo International Road, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
The observatory said that this morning, the Turkish occupation army monitored an intense deployment of the Turkish occupation army on the Latakia-Aleppo International Highway within the southern and western countryside of Idlib, as part of the usual preparations for a joint patrol with the Russians.
After that, the Russian forces and their Turkish counterparts set out on a joint patrol on the M4 highway, starting from the village of Tarnaba, east of Idlib, heading to the Ain Hor area in the northern countryside of Latakia.
However, the patrol was subjected to a new targeting, as a Russian vehicle was targeted with an “RBG” round in the vicinity of Urm al-Jawz, west of Idlib, without information about casualties.
This is the second targeting of its kind during the past few days, as another Russian-Turkish patrol was targeted on the 17th of this month on the Lattakia-Aleppo International Road.