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Turkey refused to fulfill Putin’s ultimatum, the military operations might be resumed

DAMASCUS, (BM) – Over the next 24 hours, Russia and Syria intend to resume a large-scale military offensive operation in the Syrian province of Idlib, learned BulgarianMilitary.com according Aviapro report.

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The reason for this is the refusal to comply with the ultimatum put forward by Russia and the frank violation of the agreements concluded between Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Russian President Vladimir Putin.

According to a number of sources, the Syrian military units located in the front area are on high alert, which obviously confirms the imminent start of a large-scale attack on the militants.

The latest data on the situation in the territory of the Arab Republic, Russia and Syria are ready to bring down a colossal blow to the positions of the militants, using heavy artillery, multiple launch rocket systems and military aircraft.

At present, there are no comments from Russia about the impending offensive military operation against militants and terrorists, however, given the previously cited information that Russia announced an ultimatum to Ankara and the militants, which expires at midnight, it is logical to assume that the Russian and the Syrian military will begin a new offensive military operation.

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