Al-Hasakah | Turkish soldiers remove graffiti written on border wall against “Erdogan” and Turkey during joint patrol with Russian forces • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Al-Hasakah | Turkish soldiers remove graffiti written on border wall against “Erdogan” and Turkey during joint patrol with Russian forces

SOHR sources have reported that Turkish and Russian forces ran a joint patrol in al-Darbasiyah countryside this morning. Four Russian vehicles and four other Turkish set off from Sherek village in the west of al-Darbasiyyah and toured villages in southern and eastern countryside of al-Darbasiyyah, before they returned to the starting point. The patrol was escorted by two Russian helicopters.

 

During the patrol, the Russian and Turkish forces stopped on the road between Amuda and al-Darbasiyyah cities in al-Hasakah countryside, where Turkish forces stepped out of their vehicles and removed graffiti written by unidentified individuals on the border wall against the Turkish presents “Erdogan” and the Turkish government.

 

On October 18, SOHR sources reported seeing Russian and Turkish forces running a new routine joint patrol in Ain al-Arab countryside (Kobani). The patrol which comprised eight Russian and Turkish vehicles set off from Ghareeb village near the border crossing with Turkey, to the east of Kobani, and toured the villages and towns of Qarrah Mough, Jayshan, Kharabisan Tahtani, Etoyran Tahtani, and Baghdik. The patrol reached Khanah Bandarkhan in the western countryside of al-Raqqah, before it returned to the starting point, then the Russian vehicles returned to their base in the broadcast centre in western Kobani. It is worth noting that this patrol, which was escorted by two Russian helicopters, was the 76th joint patrol in the region since a ceasefire agreement was reached in north-east Syria region between the Russians and the Turks.

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