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Russia’s Su-24 bombers destroyed 10 Turkish-backed militant vehicles (video)

DAMASCUS, (BM) – As we reported earlier today, 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 BulgarianMilitary.com.

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We have video by a Russian military drone captured the moment of attack of Russian bombers and destroing of dozens military equipment of pro-Turkish forces in Idlib.

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.

Before a few hours the Arab news agency ANM reported that Russian Air Forces have destroyed today over ten vehicles belonging to the Turkish-backed militants in northern Syria.

According to the Russian Ministry of Defense, their air force destroyed one militant tank, six armored vehicles, and five other vehicles during their attack in the Syrian governorate of Idlib on Thursday.

Idlib today timeline:

Turkey has launched military actions in Idlib, Russia’s Su-35s fighters in the sky – the Turkish military went on the offensive on the position of the Syrian army in the province of Idlib, according to Twitter journalist Charles Lister, learned BulgarianMilitary.com.

According to him, the operation is being carried out in the village of Nairab, in the area of ​​which earlier in February one of the Syrian Air Force helicopters was shot down by militants. A column of Turkish military equipment, including several tanks, also went towards this village. In addition, artillery strikes were reported.

Syria said it repels the attack in Idlib, a missile was aimed to Su-24the Syrian military repelled an attack by the armed opposition in the province of Idlib, which, according to some sources, was supported by the Turkish army, learned BulgarianMilitary.com according Lenta.ru and citing the state agency SANA.

Details are not given.

A Su-24 front-line bomber in the sky over Idlib province in Syria was fired from a portable anti-aircraft missile system, but was able to avoid a missile hit. The video was posted on Twitter by Syrian journalist Mohammed Gorab.

Who owns the plane is not specified. Such bombers are both at the disposal of the Russian air group in Syria, and as part of the Republican Air Force, but it is known that the Russian air forces in recent days have been especially active in Idlib and Aleppo. Al-Masdar News writes about the belonging of the bomber to the Russian forces.

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

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.

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