Conducting a joint Turkish-Russian patrol in Ayn al-Arab

Today, Monday, October 10, the Russian military police carried out a joint patrol with the Turkish side in the countryside of Ain al-Arab, northeast of Aleppo.

This patrol is the 114th between the two sides in the region since the Russian-Turkish ceasefire agreement in northeastern Syria.

The patrol, consisting of 8 Russian and Turkish military vehicles, accompanied by two Russian helicopters, took off from the village of "Ashma" 20 km, west of Ayn al-Arab.

The patrol passed the villages of "Jarkali Fawqani, Jibha and Al-Bayyadiyah" until it reached the village of "Zour Maghar" opposite Jarablus on the eastern bank of the Euphrates River, which is the last village to the west of Ayn al-Arab.

After that, the patrol returned to the starting point for the entry of Turkish military vehicles through the gate near the village of "Ashma", while the Russian military vehicles entered its center near the town of Sarin, south of Ayn al-Arab.

On October 3, the Russian and Turkish sides conducted the 113th joint patrol in the eastern field of Ayn al-Arab.

It is worth noting that on August 1, the Russian military police conducted a joint military patrol with the Turkish forces in the "Ain al-Arab" Kobani area in the eastern countryside of Aleppo.