BEIRUT, LEBANON (5:20 P.M.) – A Russian military police convoy was spotted this week inside the militant-held Afrin region of northwestern Aleppo; this comes amid reports of an upcoming Turkish military operation east of the Euphrates.

The Russian military police patrolling an area south of Afrin city. Russian military

According to a military source, the photo was taken in the Sherawa District, which is located south of Afrin city.

The Russian military has an agreement with the Turkish Armed Forces to conduct joint patrols in areas where the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and militants share a front-line.

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Ah, Russians pulled out from Afrin to let Turkey invade…
Sounds familiar?

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Ah, Russians offered Kurds in Afrin protection if they join Syrian Govertment but they refused. So, Russians left them alone. Sounds familiar? Daeshbag stop with your twisted double talk. Even you change your nicknames a hundred times, noone else lies more than you. That’s how we recognize you!