Syrian Defence News
The Syrian Ministry of Defense has confirmed that the Israeli Air Force has launched multiple airstrikes against targets along the Quneitra-Damascus line. This was reported by the Lebanese news agency Al Masdar News
The military actions of the Russian aerospace forces continue in Syria, albeit not as intensively as at the beginning and middle of the year, when a number of conflicts escalated, learned BulgarianMilitary.com
According to the Syrian state news agency SANA, the Israeli air force has carried out large-scale air strikes on positions of the Syrian army and Iranian special forces Al-Quds in the area of the Syrian capital Damascus
Russian intelligence has reported that the soldiers in question have already been armed with Turkish aircraft, including the popular Bayraktr TB 2, as well as the kamikaze drones Kangal.
In recent days, various sources, including American and Arab media, have reported a downed military helicopter to either the US military or coalition partners in the region.
The Turkish government is silent on yesterday's attack "on Syrian rebels", who are being trained by the Turkish military, commented on October 27 the Turkish journalist Ragyb Soylu.
Russia's aerospace forces in Syria continue to strike at training bases of mercenaries who are preparing for a possible deployment along the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, learned BulgarianMilitary.com citing sources in the Russian news agency AviaPro.
According to the Lebanese news agency Al-Masdar News, a drone, which may have been either American or from coalition forces in the area, attacked and destroyed a jihadist building in northwestern Syria.
According to information provided by the news agency Avia.pro, the Russian front-line bomber Su-34 struck powerful air strikes on a column of Syrian mercenaries in the area of Syrian city of Magara, Al-Hasakah.
Our source on the ground captured a picture and sound from the moment of the flight and bombing of the assembly point with mercenaries, which happened 24 hours ago in the Syrian city of Magara, Al-Hasakah province.
The label "moderate opposition" or "rebels" as a collective name for the militias who wanted to bring about an Islamic state in Syria by force of arms has been around for a long time.
Recent military contacts between Armenia and Azerbaijan have gradually shifted the focus from a topic that should not be left in the background. We are talking about Turkey, Libya, Greece, Syria and … Egypt.
On September 29, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu revealed unprecedented information about the anti-terrorist campaign in Syria on the Red Star channel, learned BulgarianMilitary.com citing the Vietnamese news agency DatViet.
In recent hours, Russian media have claimed that the Turkish military has tried to establish control over the Syrian capital Idlib, but has suffered serious damage, learned BulgarianMilitary.com.
According to local sources, the artillery strikes were aimed at residential buildings in the vicinity of the city of Abu Rasin. The attacks by Turkish and pro-Turkish troops were carried out on September 24th, according to Russian media.
On September 21, a Syrian fighter jet was shot down on Syrian territory. Initial comments were that an Israeli F-16 fighter had managed to take down an obsolete Syrian machine.
Our sources in Syria, as well as a number of Russian media, claim that yesterday, on September 21, the Turkish artillery units fired on the main defense point of the Syrian army in the city of Sarakib, learned BulgarianMilitary.com.
At the same time, it is reported that the Iskander-M complex was used against them for the first time, which may indicate the preparation of a major offensive by the Syrians on the position of Turkey. Is it really?
Lebanese politicians predict the imminent departure of the Shiite military-political organization Hezbollah from Syria, where it has been fighting since 2012 on the side of President Bashar al-Assad, learned BulgarianMilitary.com
The US president again contradicted his previous claims that such an attack had never been discussed, learned BulgarianMilitary.com citing Fox News and Bulgarian news agency Sega.