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Turkey handed militants long-range MLRS capable of hitting the Khmeimim air base and S-300 and S-400 positional areas


Turkey decided to go to war against Russia in Syria.

Contrary to official statements that the negotiations between Russia and Turkey on the situation in Syria are positive, it became known that Turkey transferred heavy rocket artillery controlled by militants and terrorists - MLRS T-300 Kasirga, which are direct analogues of the Smerch systems which are capable of delivering a massive blow to the Khmeimim airbase, as well as the positional areas of the Russian S-400 and Syrian S-300, from a distance of more than a hundred kilometers.

Depending on the types of ammunition used, the range of Turkish T-300 Kasirga MLRSs can reach from 40 to 110 kilometers, which allows terrorists to effectively strike at the Russian military air base Khmeimim even from extremely long distances.

On the presented video frames you can see that the Turkish MLRS T-300 Kasirga are already in Syria, which does not exclude early attacks against the Russian and Syrian military. The situation with the interception of missiles T-300 Kasirga is substantially complicated primarily by the fact that the latter can fly at a speed of up to 820 m / s, which is the actual limit for most of Syria’s armament and air defense systems.

Given the enormous zone of destruction, with a single strike from the Turkish T-300 Kasirga MLRS, very serious damage can be inflicted both on manpower and equipment, including the one located at the Khmeimim airbase.

it is necessary to be proactive before the big losses appear; the Turks must immediately withdraw the precautionary labor force and leave Syria themselves, they are not there legally

I have never considered them our allies. It's just that diplomats have a special task, to delay the concentration of all potential enemies and try to divert attention to other topics, thereby gaining time.

Now let's give a kick and that's it

why are we sitting? waiting for anybody?

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