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The Turkish army fired at least 60 missiles in Syria

DAMASCUS, (BM) – The Turkish military invasion of Syria was marked by powerful rocket fire, which the Syrian army experienced only a few times since the outbreak of war in the country, learned BulgarianMiiltary.com, quoting AviaPro.

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Thus, according to sources, Turkey fired at least 60 missiles through Syrian territory, which were supposed to cause serious damage to the Syrian army, and force it not only to abandon its further offensive, but also to abandon its previously occupied positions.

Nevertheless, according to sources, the Syrian army was able to successfully repel the main attack of the Turkish troops, shooting down at least 40 rockets, which, as noted, were used by the Pantsir-S air defense missile system.

Contrary to the arguments of the Turkish military, information about the dead Syrian military was never confirmed – several people were injured and there was destruction, however, this did not lead to any critical consequences.

“Turkey can only lie about its achievements. There are several victims and material damage, but the rest is fake,” said one of the representatives of SAA.

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Analysts believe that if the Syrian military really died as a result of the missile strike of Turkey, Damascus would obviously respond with the complete destruction of the Turkish checkpoints in Idlib and Aleppo, even contrary to the opinion of Russia on this score.

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