Fifth Joint patrol in 2023 | Russian and Turkish forces tour western Ain Al-Arab (Kobani)
Aleppo province: Russian military police have conducted a joint patrol with the Turkish forces in the western countryside of Kobani, accompanied by two Russian helicopters, marking the 125th patrol between the two sides in the region, since the Russian-Turkish agreement on a ceasefire in north-eastern Syria.
The patrol, consisting of eight Russian and Turkish military vehicles, has set off from Ashmah village, 20 kilometres to the west of Kobani.
The patrol has toured several villages before returning to its outpost.
On January 23, Russian military police conducted a joint patrol with the Turkish forces in the eastern countryside of Ain Al-Arab (Kobani), marking the 124th since the ceasefire agreement in north-eastern Syria, and the fourth patrol since early 2023.
The patrol, comprising seven Russian and Turkish military vehicles, has set off from Gharib village, 15 kilometres to the east of Ain Al-Arab (Kobani).
The patrol has toured the villages of Karbnaf, Kusk, Alishar, Jum Ali, Kortak, Kobek Satin, Terri, Tiljib, Tel Hajeb, Kabajak Saghir, Telk, Hulaki, Kharabisan Tahtani, Jishan, Kara magh. “