Russia has sent a strategic bombers at Hmeimim air base in Syria, US source said

DAMASCUS, (BM) – Some media reported that against the backdrop of the confrontation between Russia, Turkey and Syria, strategic bombers were urgently deployed to the Arab Republic, learned

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This step probably would put an end to pro-Turkish terrorists and destroy the locations of hundreds of tanks, armored personnel carriers and jet multiple launch rocket systems.

“Sources in Syria have just reported deploying in Syria the most advanced Russian bomber capable of arming itself with hypersonic missiles with nuclear warheads,” the US issue of Veterans Today reports.

A number of sources say that we can even talk about the Russian strategic bomber Tu-160, however, experts note that the air base is not ready to receive such aircraft, and therefore, it is likely that we are talking about Tu-22 bombers.

Nonetheless, Tu-22 poses a very serious threat to militants and terrorists.

“Russia directly stated to Erdogan that she would not negotiate with terrorists. If Turkey helps the militants, then Russia will help Syria. Should we expect a powerful bombardment by Russian “strategists”? Absolutely! ”, news agency AviaPro expert said.

It should be clarified that earlier Russian Tu-22 bombers had already taken part in delivering attacks on the territory of Syria – during a special operation of the Russian Air Force, they managed to destroy large formations of Islamic State terrorists.

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Source: AviaPro, the Veterans Today