Aleppo | Turkish-Russian patrol marches villages in Ain al-Arab (Kubani) • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Aleppo | Turkish-Russian patrol marches villages in Ain al-Arab (Kubani)

Aleppo Province: SOHR activists have reported that new Turkish-Russian patrol marched Ain al-Arab (Kubani) where eight Turkish and Russian vehicles in Nashma village western Kubani and toured Gebnah, Baydiyah, Garqaly, Zour Maghar and Gerabuls, and then Baydiyah, Misqo, Qouraht Qawi and Sousan before returning back. The patrol combing was escorted by Russian aircraft.
On June 21, SOHR activists reported that Russian-Turkish police marched joint patrol in Ain al-Arab (Kobani) in eastern Aleppo where patrol of eight Russian and Turkish vehicles escorted by two Russian helicopters have been launched in Garheeb village stationed in eastern Kobani.

The joint patrol marched in villages and towns of Kerinaf, Koisak, Elishar, Goom Aly, Qourtak, Quick Satan, Tiri, Tal Hageb, Qebagiq Sageer, Bouzinah, Qourat Mough, Gishan until reaching the viallge of Kharbisan Tahatan.
The patrol has later returned back from the same road to move towards Ghareeb villages, while the Russian vehicles have returned to its bases in Al-Ezaay area western Kubani.
On June 17, SOHR sources reported that Russian and Turkish forces ran a new joint patrol in the areas of Malak, Dalek, al-Aliyah and Zahr al-Arab in Abu Rasin countryside in northern al-Hasakah, near Syria-Turkey border. The patrol, which set off from Sherek village and comprised three Russian armoured vehicles and four other Turkish, was escorted by two Russian helicopters.

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