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Erdogan: Turkish-Russian Patrols Set to Begin in Syria

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(Worthy News) - Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says Turkish-Russian joint military patrols will begin Friday in notheastern Syria, after the withdrawal of Syrian Kurdish fighters under an agreement between the two countries.

“We will start the joint work on the ground on Friday,” Erdogan said Wednesday in a nationally televised speech.

The agreement calls for Turkish and Russian patrols to begin in northeastern Syria after Kurdish militia forces met a nearly four-day deadline that ended Tuesday to pull out from the area. [ Source: VOA News (Read More...) ]

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