Turkish troops hide in a shelter during Russian airstrike, dozens destroyed vehicles (video)

DAMASCUS, (BM) – A few hours ago, the Turkish army suffered the largest losses in Syria since the illegal invasion of the territory of the Arab Republic, BulgarianMilitary.com has reported.

BREAKING: A Russian large-scale air strike killed dozens Turkish soldiers in Syria

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As a result of numerous Russian air strikes on the positions of jihadists and the Turkish army, at least 30 Turkish soldiers were killed, about fifty more were injured, while it was reported that almost two dozen Turkish armored personnel carriers, several tanks, army trucks, etc. were humiliated.

In the video frames presented, one can see how Russian military aircraft and Syrian artillery are delivering heavy shelter attacks with Turkish soldiers and jihadists – the latter cannot even attempt to leave a small building – powerful blows create the risk of being instantly hit by shrapnel and shrapnel.

The bombing of the Turkish military continued for several hours, after which it became known that dozens of ambulances gathered in the Turkish province of Hatay – the reason for this is the dozens of dead and wounded by the Turkish army, which have to be transported by land due to the fact that neither Syria, neither Russia allowed Turkey to use the airspace of the Arab republics for evacuation.

The Turkish leadership has not yet commented on the massive losses in Syria, but experts fear the worst-case scenario for the development of further events – the beginning of full-scale hostilities.

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