BEIRUT, LEBANON (4:30 P.M.) – Last night, the Kurdish YPG agreed to hand over several districts and localities to the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) inside of Aleppo.

Based on this deal, the YPG would hand over the Bustan Basha, Sheikh Khuder, Al-Haidariyah, and Al-Halk districts to the Syrian Army, while retaining control of Sheikh Maqsoud in northern Aleppo.

Below is the footage of the Syrian Army entering these formerly YPG-held districts of Aleppo:

Following this deal, the YPG agreed to hand over the strategic town of Tal Rifa’at, which is located in the northern countryside of the Aleppo Governorate.

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