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Russian base attacked again; A new Erdogan’s ultimatum to Syria and Russia

DAMASCUS, (BM) – Sources report the activation of air defense systems on the territory of the Russian military air base “Khmeimim.”, learned BulgarianMilitary.com.

This, presumably is about an attempt to attack the Russian military airfield with drones, which has already been undertaken by terrorists.

At the moment, there are no details on this subject, however, in this way, the militants intend to stop the strikes by the Russian air forces.

At the same time Turkey officially delivered an ultimatum to Russia and Syria on Idlib, demanding that troops be immediately withdrawn from all Turkish observation posts existing in the territory of the Arab Republic, which provides for the transfer of liberated territories to terrorists with a total area of ​​several thousand square kilometers.

“If before the end of February the forces of the Bashar al-Assad regime do not retreat beyond the observation posts of the Turkish Armed Forces in the Idlib de-escalation zone, then Turkey will be forced to strike back,” Recep Erdogan said, noting that he had warned Putin about his intentions and actually, put forward an ultimatum to the Russian military.

Among other things, the Turkish leader said that in case of failure to comply with the requirements, Turkey will begin to use combat aircraft.

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