Serhat TUNAR -TDO- The Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) announced they had agreed with Bashar al-Assad's administration to deploy the Syrian army on the border against Operation Fountain of peace launched by Turkey.
A statement by the SDF, which is led by the YPG, said the Syrian army would support the SDF to protect areas under the control of Turkey and its allies.
The statement also said that the agreement between the two sides would enable the liberation of Syrian territory.
Syrian state news agency SANA also shared the announcement that Syrian army troops had begun moving to the north of the country following the deal. The report did not provide details on where the troops were sent.
Earlier, a television in Lebanon had suggested that the Syrian Democratic Forces had agreed with Damascus to hand over Kobani to the Assad regime, and that the army would enter the city within 48 hours.