Warplanes of the Russian Aerospace Forces carried out early on November 9 several airstrikes on terrorists’ positions in the southern Idlib countryside.
According to the UK-based Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR), the airstrikes targeted the towns of Kafar Sijnah, Sheikh Mustafa and outskirt of the town of Sarmin.
Meanwhile, Syrian Arab Air Force (SyAAF) helicopters targeted the terrorist-occupied part of northern Lattakia, mainly the town of Kabani. The villages of Kindah and Tell Khador in northwest Idlib were also targeted by the helicopters.
In the last two days, at least five militants were killed in Russian and Syrian airstrikes on Greater Idlib. The results of today’s airstrikes are yet to be revealed.
These intense airstrikes came in response to the repeated provocations by Greater Idlib terrorists, who rejected all Russian-Turkish de-escalation agreements on the region.
1970’s cold war era SU-34 rust bucket is no more advanced than a World War 2 fighter bomber
Sad to see a young man making meaningless statements on a saturday instead of going out, you really have no life.
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Most of the U.S aviation technology nowadays is Soviet-German origin.
You need to catch up on some history It first flew in 1990, intended for the Soviet Air Forces, and it entered service in 2014 with the Russian Air Force hardly WW2
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Enough, we have heard ourselves now, only the vermin exist there…… so use that bomb you call “Father of all bombs ” Russia and please use it now.
Yes, Russia will do that hundred’s of time per day, if they want to. However, Not way to kill 50,000 terrorists continuously supported by Turkey in this way. A full SAA offensive is required if Russia wants to get rid of terroristis in this area.