On November 5, Russian and Turkish forces carried out a second join patrol in northern Syria, the Russian Defense Ministry’s Zvezda TV reported.
The patrol took place in the area near the border town of Kobani. In particular, Russian and Turkish troops visited the village of Alishar, where locals threw stones and garbage at Turkish vehicles.
— MOHAMMED HASSAN (@MHJournalist) November 5, 2019
Zvezda TV noted that the patrol included 50 Russian and Turkish personnel and at least 8 units of military equipment (Tigr and Kipri armoured vehicles). The patrol length is 160km.