BEIRUT, LÍBANO (2:20 PM) – Los 18 soldados del Ejército Árabe Sirio (SAA) que fueron capturados por militantes respaldados por Turquía esta semana en el noreste de Siria serán entregados a la policía militar rusa, dijo una fuente en Damasco. Noticias de Al-Masdar esta tarde.

Según la fuente, las fuerzas armadas turcas y rusas negociaron un acuerdo para liberar a estos soldados a la policía militar, ya que estaban en la zona segura negociada cuando fueron capturados por el llamado “Ejército Nacional Sirio” (SNA).

A pesar de este gesto de buena voluntad entre Turquía y Rusia, el ejército árabe sirio y el SNA continuaron enfrentándose en el campo occidental de Tal Tamr.

La fuente no pudo confirmar el estado de los combatientes capturados de las Fuerzas Democráticas Sirias (SDF); es probable que Turquía sea más reacia a devolverlos porque Ankara ve a su organización como un grupo terrorista que es una rama del proscrito Partido de los Trabajadores del Kurdistán (PKK)

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