Army deploys to Syrian-Turkish borders over 90 km axis from Ras al-Ayn eastern countryside to Qamishli

Syrian Arab Army units continued to deploy to the Syrian-Turkish borders in Hasaka northern countryside from Ras al-Ayn eastern countryside in the west reaching al-Qamishli in the east and they fixed their posts on an axis that extends about 90 km while the other army units are continuing deployment in other areas in framework of their national duties in facing the Turkish aggression and its mercenaries and defending the locals.

SANA ‘s reporter in Hasaka said that army units which started to deploy to the area of Tal Tamer in Hasaka northwestern countryside continued to move and they entered the villages and towns of Doudan, Qasir Sharak, Hasda Fouqani, Amouda, al-Jawharyia, Tal Hamdoun, Kharaza Fouqani, al-Dar, Abu Jarada, al-Qarmanyia, Karbashik, al-Salam Aleik, Rabet Haj Ibrahim, al-Arrada, Laboua, Faqira, al-Ibrahimiya, Msheirfet Asaad, Bab al-Faraj and al-Shukryia.

The reporter added that army units continued deployment to the Syrian-Turkish borders towards the east in completion of their deployment to the rest of the borders with Turkey.

On Sunday, Qasad (SDF) militias started to withdraw from the borderline between Syria and Turkey in implementation of the provisions of Sochi agreement.

An official source at the Foreign and Expatriates Ministry welcomed the withdrawal of armed groups in northern Syria to a depth of 30 km through the direct coordination with the Syrian Arab Army in a way that ends the basic pretext for the brutal Turkish aggression against the Syrian territories.

Source: News Agencies