Russian military patrols along Syrian-Turkish border

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — A column of Russian military police patrolled a new route along the Syrian-Turkish border, the Russian Defense Ministry said.

Earlier Thursday, media outlets citing sources in the Russian defense department said that Russia plans to deploy two military police battalions to Syria.

On the eve of the Defense Ministry reported that a convoy of Russian military police arrived in the Syrian city of Kobani, which is located near the border of Syria and Turkey.

Recall that on Tuesday, Russian and Turkish presidents Vladimir Putin and Recep Tayyip Erdogan agreed to resolve the situation in northern Syria without bloodshed, despite the expiration of the agreements between Turkey and the United States on Syria.

Following the talks, the operation of the Turkish troops in the territory of the Arab Republic was suspended.


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