Photos: Russian Military Delegation Visits YPG-Held Afrin Area In Northern Syria

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A Russian military delegation has visited the YPG-held area of Afrin in the northern part of Aleppo prvince. According to unconfirmed reports, the goal of the visit is negitiations with the YPG over the further cooperation in northwestern Syria.

Photos showing Russian military personnel at the Graveyard of Martyrs in Afrin (source):

Photos: Russian Military Delegation Visits YPG-Held Afrin Area In Northern Syria Photos: Russian Military Delegation Visits YPG-Held Afrin Area In Northern Syria Photos: Russian Military Delegation Visits YPG-Held Afrin Area In Northern Syria Photos: Russian Military Delegation Visits YPG-Held Afrin Area In Northern Syria

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  • Ronald

    Well maybe these Russians can find out if the Kurdish are in agreement with the SDF , who claim to speak for them , about this “lease agreement” of the SyAAF air base by the dam at Raqqa . My guess is the SDF have been taken over by ” American interests” . We shall see .

    • cortisol

      Russian intelligence will eventually figure out, who within the kurds are being grabbed by the slimy tentacles of the US state department and CIA and try to make a better deal. No doubt someone “trained” in a US or other Nato country university, receiving fat checks etc. i.e. no different than Ukraine.

      • Terra Cotta Woolpuller

        This is how the US operates using fake citizens either trained in the US or foreign Universities and recruited from the list of foreign nationals . The appointed president of Somalia attended Boston University and is a US citizen , so tricks are not beneath them .

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  • zman

    This appears to be the carrot and stick approach. Stick=we will stand by and watch Turkey ‘negotiate’ with you. Carrot=we will place our people here with you and that will guarantee your safety. Taking the carrot also means playing nice with the Syrian government…or you can depend on the US for your ‘safety’…LOL.