The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Joint patrol | Russian and Asayish Forces tour Tayy neighbourhood

Al-Hasakah Province – Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: SOHR activists have reported seeing Russian forces and the Internal Security Forces (Asayish) running a patrol in Tayy neighbourhood in al-Qamishli city, which had been under the control of the National Defence Forces (NDF) before Asayish Forces captured it, amid normal daily activity in the neighbourhood.


Yesterday, SOHR activists reported that regime forces withdrew, in the morning, from a joint military post with the Internal Security Forces “Asayish” at railway roundabout in Tayy neighbourhood, as regime forces withdrew nearly 100 metres towards the south of the roundabout. Accordingly, the strategic roundabout became under full control of Asayish Forces.


It is worth noting that the strategic roundabout connects between the south-eastern part of al-Qamishli city and the south-western part of the city. The neighbourhood also links al-Qamishli city to its southern entrance leading to the regiment and the village of Tartab and the village of Zenda.


On the other hand, Asayish Forces removed security and traffic checkpoints in Kornish area in al-Qamishli city after they had taken control of Tayy neighbourhood. Moreover, the Autonomous Administration distributed 800 gas cylinders to the people of Tayy neighbourhood for free, attempting to woo the neighbourhood’s residents.