Syrian Observatory activists have reported seeing a new patrol run by Russia and Turkish military forces in Ain Al-Arab (Kobani) countryside.
The joint patrol, comprising eight Russian and Turkish military vehicles has set off from Ashma (20 km) west of Kobani.
The patrol has toured the villages of Jarqli Fawqani, Jebnah, Bayadiyah, down to Zor Maghar village off Jarablus on the east bank of Euphrates river, the last village west of Kobani.
The patrol then has returned eastward, passing through the villages of Bayadiyah, Jebnah, Mishkko, Binder, Karakwe Tahtani, Kulla and Sousan, “Asayish” Internal Security Forces checkpoint west of Kobani.
The patrol then returned to the point of departure in Ashma village, passing through the villages of Seftek, Boban, Khorkhori, Dikmadash, Quran and Jarqli Fawqani.
It is worth noting that this patrol is the 97th between the two sides in the region since the Russian-Turkish agreement on a ceasefire in north-eastern Syria.