Al-Hasakah | U.S. runs routine patrol near frontlines with Turkish forces in Tel Tamr • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Al-Hasakah | U.S. runs routine patrol near frontlines with Turkish forces in Tel Tamr

Al-Hasakah province: SOHR activists have reported that U.S. forces have conducted a routine patrol on the frontlines between SDF-held areas and areas held by Turkish forces and their proxies in Tel Tamr town northern of Al-Hasakah.

The patrol comprised six armoured vehicles, which set off from Qasrik base eastern of Tel Tamr town and roamed Al-Dirdara, Al-Fakka villages and Majbarat Al-Zarkan located on the frontlines in northern Tel Tamr countryside.

It is worth noting that the U.S patrol roams in frontlines between Turkish forces to monitor violations and cease fire.

On February 12, SOHR activists monitored seeing US forces conduct an ordinary patrol on the Syria-Turkey border in the northern countryside of Al-Qamishli city.
The patrol comprised six armoured vehicles accompanied by one SDF military vehicle coming from SDF base in Rumailan city in Al-Hasakah countryside.
On February 8, Syrian Observatory activists reported seeing eight US armoured “Bradley” vehicles accompanied by two SDF military vehicles and two cars heading from the US base in Rumailan town towards Al-Hasakah.
Upon arrival at the Panorama roundabout, every four vehicles accompanied by military Hummer and vehicle had headed to different areas. The first patrol headed from Deir Ezzor countryside towards the coalition bases, while the second convoy toured around Ghuwayran prison and Nashwa neighbourhood, and then headed to its base in Tel Bider in the northern countryside of Al-Hasakah.