Turkish and Russian powers complete joint watches in the Qamishli locale (Anatolia)
Russia sent enormous fortifications to the city of Qamishli (northeastern Syria), including around 500 warriors, substantial weapons, heavily clad vehicles and helicopters.
Russia said it had sent more military police to a zone in northern Syria that saw conflicts between Turkish-sponsored assailants and Kurdish powers, close to an essential street in which Russian and Turkish powers complete security watches.
Also, Anadolu Agency cited nearby sources as saying that many load planes conveying Russian officers and Syrian civilian armies arrived in the previous few weeks at Qamishli air terminal, coming from the Hmeimim base (in the west of the nation).
The sources added that the fortifications included around 500 Russian troopers of different positions, and around 1,300 individuals from the nearby civilian army.
The fortifications additionally included many protected vehicles, 6 helicopters and two Sukhoi Su-27 warplanes.
These advancements precede converses with be held in Russia on Tuesday between Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and his Turkish partner, Mevlut Cavusoglu.
The Syrian document will be among the subjects that the two clergymen will talk about. Turkey underpins furnished gatherings restricted to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, while Russia bolsters the powers faithful to him.
Battles broke out between Turkish-upheld warriors and Kurdish powers close to Ain Issa (northern Syria) this month. Ain Issa is situated on the M4 expressway, which connections significant Syrian urban communities.
A senior source in the Turkish Defense Ministry said that Ankara will utilize the upcoming gathering Tuesday to push for its interest for the withdrawal of the Syrian Kurdish People’s Protection Units, which it depicts as a psychological oppressor association.
The People’s Protection Units (YPG) is a significant military part of the alliance of the Syrian Democratic Forces, which gets Western help, while Ankara says it speaks to the Syrian front for the PKK in Turkey.
Then again, the previous two days saw shared captures between the Syrian system powers and the Kurdish Protection Units in the city of Qamishli, which finished with a Russian mediation and a trade of prisoners between the different sides, as indicated by Anadolu Agency.
The office revealed – citing nearby sources – that the different sides held fast off after the common captures, until the Russian officials mediated, and pushed the two gatherings to deliver all the prisoners on Sunday night.
Qamishli is seeing every now and then pressures between the system powers and the components of the Protection Units, and common captures in some cases transform into conflicts, as the Russians intercede in the greater part of these cases and force quiet on the two sides.