– The United States has released 60 ISIS members held in the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) prison in Hasakah.
According to sources, American helicopters transported ISIS elements to al-Tanf area in southeastern Syria. The United States has done the same in the past, paving the way for the transfer of these Takfiri terrorists to Iraq after the release of ISIS elements from prisons of the Syrian Democratic Forces.
– Four Syrian army forces were wounded in clashes with Kurdish Internal security forces Asayish in northeastern Syria in Qamishli. Residents of the area were also warned to stay away from the conflict areas. According to local sources, as a result of the clashes, the Qamishli market was closed and snipers were stationed on the roofs of houses. This morning, as tensions escalated, a Russian convoy of several armored vehicles patrolled Qamishli.
Yesterday, Asayish forces arrested 10 members of the Syrian army in the city of Qamishli. The Kurds claim that the Syrian army is arresting people affiliated with Kurdish organizations without reason, and that the arrest of Syrian army forces was in response to this move.
– Clashes between the SDF and Turkish-backed forces continued in the north of Ain Issa.
According to field sources, the Syrian Democratic Forces repulsed attacks by Turkish militants north of the city of Ain Issa. Also in the last 48 hours, artillery of Turkish-backed forces bombed SDF positions around Ain Issa. Tensions continue in the region while it was supposed withe the entry of Russian and Syrian forces in the area, the Turkish-backed forces attacks to be halted.
– According to the Russian Reconciliation Center in Syria, the militants violated the ceasefire 36 times in the Idlib region, of which 3 are in Aleppo province, 10 are in Latakia province, and 23 are in Idlib province.