Russian military police continue patrolling in Syria

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — Russian military police continue to patrol the Syrian-Turkish border on two routes in the province of Aleppo in Syria , said at a briefing the head of the Russian Center for the Reconciliation of the warring parties in the SAR, Major General Yuri Bourenkov.

“On November 10, patrols continued by Russian military police units along the Ajami-Avsharian and Ajami-Madombidzha routes in Aleppo province,” Borenkov said.

On October 22, the Russian Federation and Turkey signed a memorandum of understanding of 10 points, in particular, on the entry of the Russian military police and the Syrian border service on the Syrian side of the border with Turkey outside the Turkish Source of Peace zone to facilitate the withdrawal of Kurdish troops and their armament by 30 kilometers from the Syrian-Turkish border.

Russian Minister of Defense Sergei Shoigu said that the Kurds were withdrawn ahead of schedule. After this, a joint Russian-Turkish patrol began.

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