Russian media: United States confirms joint patrols with Turkey in Syria

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 Russian media: United States confirms joint patrols with Turkey in Syria


The coalition forces and the Turkey armed forces have begun joint patrols in the northwestern part of the country, the statement said. Joint patrols have enabled coalition forces and Turkish armed forces to complement local security structures to ensure the security and stability of Manbydi.

General Christopher Gika, deputy commander of the Operation Joint Forces, called the coalition fully supportive of the road map and joint patrols. He said he believed the joint action would be very effective.

It is reported that the Turkish army and coalition forces have conducted more than 60 independent and coordinated patrols outside Manbydi since June 2018.

In June 4th, Turkey and the United States approved the roadmap for stabilizing the situation in Syria. In June 2016, Kurdish militants liberated the Republic of Islam from the terrorist organization of the Islamic state. According to the road map, the Kurdish armed forces should withdraw from the city because Turkey believes that the Kurdish armed Peoples Protection Force (YPG) is an accomplice of the Kurdish WorkersParty banned by Turkey. Turkey soldiers have been patrolling in the Republic of man since June 18th. But the Syrian government is firmly opposed to the presence of U.S. and Turkish troops in the area, and the Syrian Foreign Ministry says the situation in Manbiji is in violation of United Nations resolutions. Turkish Presidential Press Secretary Carlin said the United States was postponing its obligations under the road map, according to which it should clear the Kurdish armed Peoples Protection Force in Manbydini within 90 days. Source: Global Times - World Wide Web. More brilliant, please log on to World Wide Web http://www.huanqiu.com responsible editor: Yao Wenguang _NN1682

In June 4th, Turkey and the United States approved the roadmap for stabilizing the situation in Syria. In June 2016, Kurdish militants liberated the Republic of Islam from the terrorist organization of the Islamic state.

According to the road map, the Kurdish armed forces should withdraw from the city because Turkey believes that the Kurdish armed Peoples Protection Force (YPG) is an accomplice of the Kurdish WorkersParty banned by Turkey. Turkey soldiers have been patrolling in the Republic of man since June 18th. But the Syrian government is firmly opposed to the presence of U.S. and Turkish troops in the area, and the Syrian Foreign Ministry says the situation in Manbiji is in violation of United Nations resolutions.

Turkish Presidential Press Secretary Carlin said the United States was postponing its obligations under the road map, according to which it should clear the Kurdish armed Peoples Protection Force in Manbydini within 90 days.