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Russian Military Police Patrol Syrian Border Town

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    VOADiunggah November 01, 2019

    Russian military police began patrolling Syrian border towns, Wednesday, October 30, as seen on footage aired on Syrian TV. ––––––––– READ MORE: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says Turkish-Russian joint military patrols will begin Friday in northeastern Syria, after the withdrawal of Syrian Kurdish fighters under an agreement between the two countries. The deal to divide control of the area between Turkey and Russia was reached last week in the Russian Black Sea resort town of Sochi. Russia’s defense minister said Tuesday that tens of thousands of the Syrian Kurdish fighters had completed their pullout from the area. Erdogan said he has information, however, that the withdrawal is not complete. The Kurdish-led forces had been close U.S. allies during a five-year military campaign to oust the Islamic State in Syria. Earlier this month, U.S. President Trump abruptly announced the withdrawal of U.S. forces from the area, paving the way for the Turkish offensive. –––––––––

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