— IRAQI AIR FORCE (@iqAirForce) 14 May 2018
ON May 14, the Iraqi Air Force carried out airstrikes on ISIS positions south of the town of Dashishah in the Syrian province of al-Hasakah. The strikes allegedly destroyed a logistical hub and a building belonging to ISIS.
The strikes are another demonstration of the resolve of the @IraqiGovt to target Daesh remnants and protect the security of Iraq
— Government of Iraq (@IraqiGovt) 14 May 2018
In April and May, the Iraqi Air Force already targeted ISIS positions in Syria. On May 6, Iraqi jets bombed ISIS positions around Dashishah. On April 19, the Iraqi Air Force also bombed ISIS inside Syria.
According to the Iraqi side, the strikes are coordinated with the Syrian government. Experts note that Iraq, Iran, Syria and Russia coordinate such actions via a joint intelligence-sharing HQ established in Baghdad.