A Turkish military vehicle was hit by a blast on Aug. 17 during a joint Russian-Turkish patrol in northwest Syria's Idlib region.
The Turkish Defense Ministry said that the attack on the 25th joint patrol caused a slight damage to one of the vehicles.
It also said that an operation was launched to apprehend those involved in the attack.
The Russian Defense Ministry said that no Russians were wounded in the blast.
"An unidentified explosive device exploded near a Turkish convoy on the route of the patrol. There are no injured among the Russian troops," the ministry said.
Last week, Russia said the joint military patrols in Idlib, carried out along the M4 highway linking Syria's east and west, had been suspended over increasing militant attacks in the area.Turkey-Russia joint patrol hit by bomb attack in Syria's Idlib
Russia and Turkey have been jointly patrolling the M4 highway in Syria, which connects the provinces of Latakia and Aleppo, since March.
Russia has repeatedly noted that the patrols are unsafe due to potential attacks by militants. Due to this, the length of the first route has been shortened.
The Russian Defense Ministry on March 23 said Turkey has vowed to neutralize radical elements that impede the patrols.