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作品番号
115836219
タイトル
Joint Turkish-Russian military patrols begins in northern Syria
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動画:AFP/アフロ
日付
2019年11月1日
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Turkish and Russian troops meet along the Syria-Turkey border near the Syrian town of Derbasiyeh as they start joint patrols to verify whether Kurdish forces have withdrawn from a key border zone in compliance with a deal reached last week. IMAGES
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AD DARBASIYAH,SYRIANOVEMBER 1,2019SOURCE: AFPTVIMAGES (00:44)1. Extreme wide shot Russian military vehicles arriving to the Syria-Turkey frontier near Syrian border town of Derbasiyeh2. Extreme wide shot Russian military vehicles arriving to the Syria-Turkey border3. Wide shot Russian and Turkish soldiers meeting at opening in border wall4. Wide shot Turkish military vehicle crossing into Syria through gap in border wall5. Extreme wide shot Russian soldier in foreground,Turkish military vehicles crossing into Syria in background6. Wide shot Russian soldier in foreground,Turkish military vehicles crossing into Syria in background7. Extreme wide shot joint Turkish-Russian patrol beginning8. Wide shot Russian and Turkish military vehciles driving9. Wide shot Turkish military vehicles driving

///AFP TEXT STORY:
2ndleadTurkey starts patrols with Russia in northern Syria: AFP
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ATTENTION - ADDS background,Russian statement ///Kiziltepe,Turkey,Nov 1,2019 (AFP) - Turkish troops on Friday began joint patrols with Russian forces in northern Syria as part of a deal to ensure the withdrawal of Kurdish fighters from the border.The patrols began at around midday (0900 GMT) in a village in the Al-Darbasiyah region,an AFP journalist reported from the Turkish side of the border where government officials had invited reporters to witness the event.The soldiers headed to the east of Al-Darbasiyah in a convoy of Turkish and Russian military vehicles to patrol a strip of territory several dozen kilometres long,according to Turkish military sources.The Russian army said in a statement that the convoy consisted of nine vehicles,protected by an armoured personnel carrier,and that it would cover more than 110 kilometres (68 miles).The Turkish defence ministry confirmed in a tweet that the patrols "with ground and air units are underway".The ministry said in a separate tweet that a meeting with a Russian military delegation was planned in Ankara to discuss "tactical and technical issues".Kurdish forces were given a 150-hour deadline to withdraw from a band of territory along the border,under an agreement hammered out in the Russian Black Sea resort of Sochi last week after Turkey's cross-border offensive into Syria. The deadline expired on Tuesday evening.As a result of the Sochi deal and another pact with the US reached a few days earlier,Turkey halted the offensive it had launched against Kurdish forces on October 9.On Tuesday Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that Russia had informed Turkey that Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG) fighters had withdrawn as planned.However,Erdogan's office said that Turkey wanted to verify the withdrawal through the joint patrols. Turkey intends to set up a "safe zone" 30 miles deep into Syrian territory in to move the YPG militia away from the Turkish border.The YPG was a key ally in Western-backed efforts to defeat the Islamic State group but Turkey considers it a "terrorist" offshoot of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK),which has been waging an insurgency inside Turkey since 1984.Erdogan has also said some of the 3.6 million Syrian refugees that Turkey is hosting could be sent to the zone.Before the offensive launched last month,Turkey already controlled swathes of Syrian territory in the north of the country thanks to two previous operations to the west of the Euphrates river.Thanks to the operation launched in October,Turkey has now been able to establish a 120km-long zone under its control to the east of the river,between the towns of Tal Abyad and Ras al-Ain.However,Turkey's plan to extend the zone over some 450km was prevented by the presence of Syrian government forces,who were invited into other border areas by the YPG.Under the terms of the Sochi deal,Russia a key ally of the Syrian government committed to coordinate with the Syrian army in order to ensure the departure of the YPG from these areas,as well as to set up the patrols with Turkey.mb-bur/jsk/ach
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