Russia’s Su-24 bombed over Idlib, Turkey stopped artillery strikes, Turkish soldiers died

DAMASCUS, (BM) – Russian Su-24 bombers bombed pro-Turkish militants and terrorists who launched an offensive in Syrian Idlib. This is stated in the statement of the Center for the Reconciliation of the warring parties (CPVS) in Syria, which was received by the editors of “Lenta.ru“, learned BulgarianMilitary.com.

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The organization said the airstrike helped the Syrian military repel attacks by militants who managed to break through the defenses of government forces in the area of ​​the village of Nairab. The destruction of one tank, six infantry fighting vehicles and five rebel pickups is reported.

Turkey stopped artillery attacks on Syrian government forces in Idlib after Russia spotted them and informed Ankara about it. This is stated in a statement to the Center for Reconciliation of the warring parties in Syria (CPVS), received by the editorial office of “Lenta.ru“.

The organization emphasized that this is not the first case of support for militants from the Turkish armed forces. Russia called on Ankara to stop supporting terrorists and transfer arms to them.

As a result of an airstrike in the Syrian province of Idlib, two Turkish soldiers died and five were injured. Because of whose bombardment the military died, it is not specified.

As previously reported, the Su-24 bombers of the Russian airborne forces attacked pro-Turkish militants and terrorists who launched an offensive in Syrian Idlib. The airstrike helped the Syrian military repel the attacks of militants who managed to break through the defenses of government forces in the area of ​​the village of Nairab. The destruction of one tank, six infantry fighting vehicles and five rebel pickups is reported.

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