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A Busy Start In September For Russia’s VKS Over Idlib

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Russian Aerospace Forces (VKS) are keeping busy by continuing their strike activity from August into September.

In the early hours of September 6, the VKS bombarded militant hideouts near the villages of Kansafrah, al-Fterah and Ain Larouz in the Jabal al-Zawiyah region in the southern countryside of Idlib.

On the previous day, strikes targeted the towns of al-Bara, Kafryadin and Sheikh Sndian in Idlib, as well as Kabani in Lattakia.

In al-Bara, one of the airstrikes hit a target located right next to an observation post of the Turkish military.

Sources close to the al-Qaeda-linked Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS), the de-facto ruler of Greater Idlib, claimed that the VKS strikes were a response to a recent incident.

According to these unconfirmed claims, HTS’s special forces and snipers killed three soldiers of the Syrian Arab Army’s elite 25th Special Forces Division and a Russian service member who attempted to infiltrate the frontline.

On September 4th, VKS strikes hit many of the same positions, such as fortified posts, trenches and tunnels near the towns of Kansafra, Ain La Rose, al-Bara and Urum al-Jawz in the al-Zawiya Mountain area.

Russian warplanes have been pounding militants’ positions in Greater Idlib daily for several weeks.

This deterrence, however, is not working as on September 3rd, HTS carried out 35 shelling attacks from Greater Idlib, according to the Russian Reconciliation Center in Syria.

At least three service members of the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) were wounded.

The SAA also return fire on a regular basis, alongside the VKS’ airstrikes.

On September 6th, Syrian artillery hit militant positions in Kansafra in Jabal al-Zawiyah in southern Idlib.

The situation in Greater Idlib is likely to remain tense and the exchanges of fire will continue.

The SAA and VKS continue targeting militant positions in Syria’s Idlib on a daily basis, while HTS and the other so-called “moderate opposition” groups continue violating the ceasefire.

Turkey and Russia signed the ceasefire agreement back in March of 2020, and Ankara’s forces, the militants it backs and the HTS-led militants in Greater Idlib have not kept it for a single day since then.

Turkey’s interests are also being continuously targeted, as on September 5th, an explosion took place in the outskirts of the city of Afrin, which is under the control of Turkish forces and their proxy factions.

Following the explosion, the Turkish-backed factions were put on high alert.

They then immediately accused the Syrian Democratic Forces and the Kurdish factions of carrying out the attack.

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block

“Syrian Democratic Forces and the Kurdish factions”

Nice terminology for american, british and zionist proxy forces who serve rome.

Yet another war lost by western warmongering satanists, along with Afghanistan.

Chris Gr

Not to break your mood but Russia also supports SDF.

block

An idiotic comment. If Russia supports the sdf they would be supporting the “kurdistan” project aka kosovo 2.0 and the american/zionist interests to create an artificial state within Syria.

The Russians are solidly behind the Bashar al-Assad government. Learn the geopolitical realities on the ground before you talk absolute garbage. Nice new account clown.

Last edited 18 days ago by block
Chris Gr

SDF is mostly Syrian. Secondly, Syrians are not really against the Kurdish project like the Turks or the Iranians are. Assad has helped the PKK for a long time.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kurdistan_Workers%27_Party

PKK has many enemies. Turkey, Iran, United States, Iraq, Israel, KDP, FSA and ISIS/AQ are all enemies of them.

Their allies? Egypt, Assad, UAE, far-left Assyrians and their factions in Syria and in Iran like YPG and PJAK.

Last edited 17 days ago by Chris Gr
Aku

SDF should learn from Afghanistan where United Thieves of America stranded his people and government. Time will come about the next debacle of America in Syria.

Chris Gr

Yes because Turkey will invade Syria first and then they will invade Israel together with Iran and other Muslims.

Cromwell

They can bomb for the next twenty years,but the situation will only change when a massive ground attack on Idlib is launched to liberate it,many of those Apes went there from Aleppo,they should have been killed on sight.

Stephen michael Basteed

Does this not look like another meat grinder,hear me out !
They bottle neck most of the nato paid stooges in one place.
And with unfettered access to their main enabler,
put up a defensive cordon and bomb the out of them,
i would imagine to date its been far more costly for Ancora than Damascus ,Russia plays by the book which makes this move all the more impressive,
Nato has to continue to fund these democracy loving heros at a time all of its members are in trouble financially, or it falls to Turkey where Erdogan has a hand on the refugee tap.either way its a bleeding wound in a geriatric monster already hobbling from the loss of its head in Afghanistan.
gotta love a meat grinder.

amalek

God how much I hate turks and their terrorists….

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