Russian & Syrian Fighter Jets Strike Terrorists’ Supply Rout in Idlib

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Russian and Syrian warplanes have hit terrorists’ positions in southern Idlib in order to prevent sending of weapons, ammunition and fresh forces to the battlefield in Aleppo.

Russian & Syrian Fighter Jets Strike Terrorists' Supply Rout in Idlib

The Russian Aerospace Forces and the Syrian Air Force targeted and hit positions of terrorist groups in southern Idlib in order to prevent sending of weapons, ammunition and fresh forces from the area to the battlefield in Aleppo.

Syrian and Russian fighter jets carried out dozens of combat flights over centers of terrorists in the villages and towns of Saraqib, Khan Sheikhoun, Taftnaz, Ma’arat al-Nu’aman and surroundings of Banish in order not to allow members of terrorist groups to send weapons, ammunition and fresh forces to the western battlefields in Aleppo, where the Syrian Army has launched a new military operation.

During an air raid, terrorists’ positions near Idlib city, located close to an arms and ammunition warehouse, were struck by Russian aircraft. As result, several terrorists were killed.

According to military sources, Russian and Syrian warplanes are constantly flying over regions, held by terrorists, in order to monitor their supply routes from Idlib to Aleppo.

On Monday, gatherings of terrorist groups near Banish and in the towns of Khan Sheikhoun and Saraqib were pounded by Syrian aircraft in order to stop a flow of weapons to the western part of Aleppo.

At the same time, gatherings and convoys of terrorists in Rashedeen neighborhood, as well as in the villages of al-Mansoureh, Khan al-Asal and Kafr Halab in western and southwestern Aleppo were also struck by the Syrian Air Force. As result, tens of militants were killed and their vehicles were destroyed.

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  • Douglas Houck

    I wonder if the “stop of flow of weapons to the western part of Aleppo” will be the targets for the upcoming cruise missile launch?