Turkish-backed militants and their jihadist allies destroyed a part of the M4 highway (Aleppo-Lattakia) that was going to be used by the Turkish and Russian military patrols.
According to reports, the militants dug-up a part of the M4 highway and left a big dirt mound over the roadway to prevent the joint Turkish-Russian patrols in the Idleb Governorate.
This move by the militant forces came in response to a joint patrol that was conducted the day prior by the Turkish and Russian armed forces; however, both parties were unable to complete their task, as 60 protesters blocked their path along the M4 highway.
In a video released on Wednesday, RT Arabic released aerial footage of the highway after it was destroyed by the militants this week.
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