Syrian and Russian forces launched multiple ballistic missiles against Turkish post
DAMASCUS, (BM) – Several cruise missiles launched from the west, that is, from the Mediterranean Sea, are seen on the way to the north and northeast of Syria, learned BulgarianMilitary.com quoting local source.
Details are not given.
According to military analyst Babak Taghvaee, citing eyewitnesses, we are talking about ballistic missiles launched by the Syrian army. According to him, the target of the strike is one of the Turkish observation posts in the northeastern province of Idlib.
Babak Taghvaee said: “According to eyewitness reports, Syria Arab Army supported by Russia Air Force has launched multiple ballistic missiles at another observation post of Turkish Army in Idlib, Syria!”
Last week, a U.S. Navy aviation flight was reported near Russian military facilities in Syria. According to Western monitoring resources, the P-8A Poseidon patrol plane and the EP-3E ARIES II electronic reconnaissance aircraft approached 35–45 kilometers from the Hmeimim air base and logistics center in Tartus from the Mediterranean Sea.
Since mid-January, a large-scale offensive by the government army on the positions of terrorists and the armed opposition has unfolded in Idlib.
In addition, the Turkish military is stationed in the region, which during February lost more than ten people killed as a result of shelling by the Syrian forces.
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