Joint patrol | Russian and Turkish forces tour villages near Al-Darbasiyah
SOHR sources have reported seeing Russian and Turkish forces running a joint patrol in north-east Syria region, as a patrol of five Russian armoured vehicles and four other ones set off from the crossing of Sherik village, nearly 13 km to the west of Al-Darbasiyah, heading to Kesra village to the west of Zahr Al-Arab area on the road to Ras Al-Ain and Al-Darbasiyah. The patrol, which was escorted by two Russian helicopters, toured later the villages of Aliyah, Dalik and Abbas, before it returned to the starting point.
On April 5, SOHR sources reported that Russian and Turkish forces ran a new joint patrol in the countryside of Ain Al-Arab (Kobani) in eastern Aleppo. The patrol of five Russian armoured vehicles and four Turkish ones set off from Ashma village on the Syria-Turkey border in the western countryside of Ain Al-Arab (Kobani) and toured several villages and towns, including Mashku, Bayandar, Saftek and Jarqali, before the Turkish vehicles headed to Turkish territory, while the Russian armoured vehicles returned to their position in the broadcast centre in the west of Kobani city.
“SOHR camera” captures the Russian and Turkish forces running a new joint patrol in Al-Darbasiyah countryside in north-eastern Syria