Turkish and Russian troops have completed the seventh round of joint ground patrols in northern Syria under a deal reached last month, in an area of a Turkish anti-terror operation, Turkey’s National Defense Ministry said on Saturday.

In the Qamishli and Derik regions east of the Euphrates River, the seventh joint land patrols between Turkish and Russian units have been completed with four vehicles each and accompanying UAVs, the ministry said in a statement.

The ministry added that the patrol took place 10 kilometers (6.2 miles) from Turkey’s border and stretched 26 km (16.1 mi) long.

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