Ballistic missiles hit Turkish convoy, Syrian forces downed 3 dornes

DAMASCUS, (BM) – A military convoy sent by the Turkish army to the city of Seraqib was destroyed by SS-21 Scarab (Russian: Tochka 21) ballistic missile, learned BulgarianMilitary.com citing news agency Aviapro and local sources.

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It’s about numerous losses among the Turks and the militants controlled by them. According local sources Turkish forces managed to evacuate of the wounded and those killed through helicopters.

According to various sources, the military convoy of 30-40 vehicles was destroyed by a powerful blow by SS-21 Scarab (Russian: Tochka 21) carried out by the Syrian military.

It is noteworthy that Turkish sources report that this is in fact an air strike, and it is reported that Russia is behind the attack on the Turkish military convoy, which, however, has not yet received any confirmation.

According local sources the Syrian military did not begin to shoot down Turkish military helicopters, which carried out the evacuation of the wounded and dead.

The state news agency SANA also confirmed the information by saying that army units targeted terrorists with concentrated rocket strikes in the directions of Saraqib in Idleb’s southeastern countryside and Dadikh.

At the same time the state news agency SANA reported that al-Assad’s forces have been shot down 3 drones for the Turkish regime on Sunday as part of their operations against terrorists in Idleb countryside and targeted with conenctrated strikes the movements of terrorists in the province.

As we reported yesterday the General Command of the Army and Armed Forces announced the closing of the airspace above the northwestern part of Syria, particularly over Idleb province, affirming that any aircrafts that violates the airspace will be considered a hostile target and will be shot down.

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