YPG Flies the Syrian regime’s flag over its camp north of #Aleppo

Eldorar Alshamia Editor | 1 May, 2017
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ElDorar AlShamia:

The militia of the Kurdish Units of (YPG) of the Democratic Unionist Party (PYD) had raised the flags of the regime over one of its camps in northern Syria, local Kurdish media reported.

NOS website, which monitors Kurdish affairs in the areas controlled by the militias, said that the camp of Kafr Jannah, near the city of Afrin, of which the militias take as a center for their training, has raised the flag of the Syrian regime without giving any further details.

It is noteworthy that the camp of Kafr Jannah had witnessed about a month ago the big military crowds of the militias, in addition to the arrival of Russian infantry tasked to establish a ceasefire monitoring center in the region, and then the Russian RT channel reported that a convoy of armored vehicles "Tigers" and Russian troop carriers arrived at the line of contact between the Kurdish protection units and the Free Syrian Army’s factions, and the agency "Novosti" posted a footage shows PMBs and armored vehicles heading towards Afrin in the countryside Aleppo.

For his part, the spokesman of the Kurdish protection units said that an agreement had been held with Moscow to deploy Russian troops in the area of ​​Jenderes in the framework of cooperation against "terrorism" and to train the Kurdish units.

It is noteworthy that the flag of the Syrian regime had also rised earlier in areas under the control of Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), in particular the military Council of Manbij, which handed over border areas to the Assad forces at the same time of the Euphrates Shield operation to prevent the Turkish army to progress towards Manbij and make them in direct confrontation with the regime .