The U.S. and Russia conducted on Wednesday their first joint patrols in al-Hasakah, a Syrian province beneath the YPG/PKK occupation, native sources mentioned.
The U.S. and Russian armored army automobiles met for joint patrols in Deir Gusun village, close to the Turkish border, in line with the sources.
Col. Myles B. Caggins, a spokesman for the U.S.-led coalition in opposition to the Daesh terror group, mentioned it was not a joint patrol nevertheless it was in all probability supposed to stop overlapping of patrols.
Caggins didn’t deny that the nations had a joint exercise.
Russia’s efforts to type army items in al-Hasakah have been foiled by the U.S in the previous. Russia tried to succeed in the Rmelan oil fields, east of Qamishli, however the U.S. troopers prevented them.
In retaliation, Russia stopped the U.S. troopers attempting to succeed in Qamishli, forcing them to return to Rmelan.