المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

For 4th time in September | Russian and Turkish forces run patrol in Ain al-Arab

SOHR activists have reported that the Russian and Turkish forces have run joint patrols in north east Syria, where four Russian vehicles and four Turkish one have started from Aashma border areas in west Ain al-Arab Konani. Then the patrols toured villages of Garqly, Jenah, Bayadh, Zour Maghar near the areas of Euphrates Shield operation room before returning back to tour villages of Byadah, Mashko, Byander, Qarqawy, Qoula, Sousan, Youdan, Saftiq, Dekimdah, Qaran then to Aashma once again. The patrol was escorted by Russin helicopter hovering on the areas.

On Sept. 20, SOHR activists reported seeing Russian and Turkish forces running a new joint patrol in Ain al-Arab city (Kobani), as four Russian vehicles and four Turkish set off from Ghareeb village in the east of Ain al-Arab. The patrol toured the villages of Jayshan, Kharabisan, Mough, Waitouriran, Ba’dik and areas in the northern countryside of al-Raqqah, before it returned to the starting point.

The patrol, which was the fourth joint patrol between Russian and Turkish forces in Ain al-Arab countryside since early September, was escorted by two Russian helicopters.

On September 13, SOHR activists reported that Russian and Turkish forces run a new joint patrol in north-east Syria, as the vehicles set off from Ashma crossing in west Ain al-Arab (Kobani) and toured villages in the its countryside.

On September 6, SOHR activists reported seeing Russian and Turkish forces running a new joint patrol in Ain al-Arab countryside (Kobani) in the eastern countryside of Aleppo. The patrol set off from Ashma area and toured villages in Ain al-Arab countryside, before they returned to the starting point. This patrol came as a part of routine joint patrols between Russian and Turkish forces in the region.

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