The Syrian Air Force carried out a fierce attack against terrorists in Atareb, Syria (video)

DAMASCUS, (BM) – Last night the terrorists tried to strengthen their positions in the area of ​​the Syrian city of Atareb, transferring dozens of tanks, MLRS and armored personnel carriers, learned citing local sources and news agency Aviapro.

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However, in the course of an attack by Syrian military aviation, with the support of Syrian artillery, dozens of air bombs and shells began to fall on terrorists’ positions, resulting in the latter suffered very large losses.

On the presented video frames, you can see that after numerous air strikes, a couple of Russian-made combat aircraft by Syrian Air Force appear in the sky, however, according to sources, only half an hour later the attacks on Atareb were resumed.

According to sources, dozens of air bombs were dropped on the area of ​​the Syrian city of Atareb in a few hours, resulting in losses among militants reaching several dozens people.

According local sources the terrorist military equipment was completely destroyed – in the coming hours, the Syrian army plans to occupy the city and its surroundings without any military clashes.

Experts note that at the current pace of liberation of the northwestern part of Syria, Damascus can achieve the liberation of all Idlib by the middle of this year.

However, Ankara’s actions may lead to unleash a full-scale conflict against Syria, preventing the release of this part of the Arab republics.

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