112th joint patrol | Russian and Turkish forces tour Ain Al-Arab (Kobani) • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights
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112th joint patrol | Russian and Turkish forces tour Ain Al-Arab (Kobani)

Aleppo province: Russian Military Police and Turkish forces conducted the 112th joint patrol, in Ain Al-Arab “Kobani” countryside.

The joint patrol, consisting of eight Russian and Turkish vehicles accompanied by two Russian helicopters, has set off from Ashma village, nearly 20 kilometres to west of Ain Al-Arab (Kobani).

The patrol has toured the villages of Jarqli Fawqani, Qaran, Dikmash, Khorkhuri, Boban, Jul Bey and several other villages reaching Tel Shair village, west of Ain Al-Arab (Kobani).

According to Syrian Observatory activists, Turkish vehicles returned from the gate near Tel Shair, while Russian vehicles returned to their position near Sarin town, south of Ain Al-Arab city (Kobani).

On September 5, Russian Military Police and Turkish forces conducted the 111th joint patrol, in Ain Al-Arab “Kobani” countryside, amid the flying of Russian helicopters over the area.

The joint patrol, comprising eight Russian and Turkish military vehicles, has set off from Gharib village.

The joint patrol toured the villages of Karbanaf, Kusk, Alishar, Joum Ali, Kourtak, Kobek Satin, Terry, Tel Hajeb, Qabajak Saghir, Telk, Holakiyah, Kharabisan Tahtani, Jayshan and Qurah mugh, then returned to the starting point in Gharib village.