Girê Spî Military Council: We will observe the ceasefire

Girê Spî Military Council said it will establish joint points to observe the ceasefire.

Russian helicopters have been flying over the district of Ain Issa since December 6, two weeks after the occupying Turkish state bombed the area around the district of Ain Issa and the M4 highway.

The Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) announced last Monday (December 7) that they reached an agreement with Russia and Damascus government and that ceasefire checkpoints would be established accordingly.

Girê Spî Military Council Commander Riyad El-Xelef announced that they decided to establish 3 joint military points on the M4 road to the east, west and north of the district of Ain Issa.

The Girê Spî Military Council had previously issued a statement condemning the silence of Russia and the Syrian government forces on the attacks of the invading Turkish state.