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Kurds threw tomatoes into US military vehicles leaving (VIDEO)

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — Kurdish news agency Hawar posted a video in which residents of the Syrian city of Kamyshly throw stones and tomatoes into a convoy of American military vehicles leaving the country.

According to the publication, the local population reacted to the decision of Donald Trump on the withdrawal of troops from the north of the Arab Republic, which was announced on October 7 – on the eve of the Turkish operation “Source of Peace”.

Ankara’s actions are directed against Washington’s long-standing allies in the region — Kurdish formations who regard the US retreat as a violation of the agreements.

The Kurds and Damascus entered into an agreement on joint confrontation with the Turks, Assad pulled the army to the northern frontier and occupied several cities previously controlled by the Kurds.

On Thursday, it became known about the suspension of the operation for 120 hours and the withdrawal of Kurdish units 30 kilometers inland Syria to create a buffer zone, which the Turks will control independently. Nevertheless, there were reports of violations of the temporary truce.

American soldiers continue to leave the border areas, in some of them patrolling passes to the Russian military police.

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