A Huge Airstrikes Over Syria`s Idlib by Russian Fighter Jets (Video)
DAMASCUS, (BM) – Following a recent air attack on Khmeimim airbase, a massive missile and bomb strike was fired at a militant concentration area in the area of Jisr al-Sugur, located in Idlib province, learned BulgarianMilitary.com, quoting Topwar.
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It was not possible to break through the defensive perimeter of the Russian air base. In response to the attempt, a rather powerful retaliation was inflicted on the militants. Middle Eastern publications reported on its magnitude, indicating that the sounds of explosions were heard throughout the district, “reaching the Turkish border.”
Кадры нанесения авиационных ударов по позициям сил террористических группировок на юге Идлиба, Сирия. pic.twitter.com/NoBpLAMroS— SwankyStas (@StasSwanky) November 2, 2019
Now Russian troops have proved themselves in the southern regions of the province. While there are no fierce battles here, similar to the battle for the northern regions of Latakia, but in the near future a full-scale deployment of military operations should be expected in this region.
The leader of the SAR, Bashar al-Assad, on October 31 issued an ultimatum to the militants there: to leave Idlib or surrender to the country’s authorities. Otherwise, he promised to begin a military operation designed to liberate the Syrian lands from the Turkish forces, which, in his words, “are connected with the Turkish regime, they are close to the heart of Erdogan, who sent them to fight in Syria.”
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Against this background, a massive blow was inflicted on southern Idlib, which, quite possibly, precedes the beginning of the land operation of the Syrian army. Corresponding attack frames of Russian aviation hit the net.
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