Despite agreements with Russia and the U.S., YPG/PKK terrorists on Friday began digging a tunnel in northeastern Syria bordering Turkey.
Turkey made separate agreements with the U.S. and Russia on Oct. 9, 2019, whereas Operation Peace Spring was in progress.
The U.S. promised the YPG/PKK would withdraw from the protected zone, 30 kilometers (19 miles) from the Turkish border.
According to the deal with Moscow, Russian navy police and Syrian border guards would enter the realm exterior of Operation Peace Spring to facilitate the elimination of YPG/PKK components.
The protocol mentioned joint Turkish-Russian patrols would start on March 15 alongside the M4 freeway from the settlement of Trumba – 2 kilometers (1.2 miles) to the west of Saraqib – to the settlement of Ain al-Havr.
According to native sources, nonetheless, the YPG/PKK has sped up the method of digging a tunnel near the Qamishli area, with giant numbers of development gear to develop the present tunnel networks.
Terrorists blocked civilians from the Qamishli-Amuda street for 24 hours on Thursday claiming a street was being constructed.
Sources famous that the terrorist group is digging a tunnel within the occupied Ayn Isa city, which is on the strategic M4 freeway.
Turkish and Russian forces have carried out their ninth joint patrol alongside a key freeway in northwestern Syria, Turkey’s National Defense Ministry mentioned Thursday, in accordance with the aforementioned deal.
“Within the framework of TUR-RF Agreement/Protocol, the ninth TUR-RF Combined Land Patrol on M-4 Highway in Idlib was performed with the participation of land and air components,” the protection ministry mentioned on Twitter.