BEIRUT, LEBANON (8:00 P.M.) – The Russian military conducted a new round of patrols inside Manbij city with the U.S.-backed Manbij Military Council this week, the Russian Reconciliation Council reported on Saturday.

According to the reports, the Russian military police conducted their joint patrols with the MMC in the Manbij countryside.

The Russian military police mostly concentrated on the villages to the west of Manbij, but did not make any contact with the U.S. troops in the area.

Below are a number of photos from the joint patrols that took place this weekend:

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Pete
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Fake news.

“The Russian military conducted a new round of patrols inside Manbij city” – no it didn’t.

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And once Yanks are back home, will Russians withdraw as they did in Afrin, thus letting Erdogan invade Rojava too?

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@Daeshbags-Sux, this has nothing to do with Russia. Syria can only help against the Sultan when the Kurds join Syrian again. Unlikely that the Kurds will not see the writing on the wall like they did in Afrin. Where they tried to join when it was too late.

Russia is an ally to the Syrian state / Federation. And the Sultanate of Turkey must respect Russia’s protection of her allies.