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Russian army unleashes dozens of air strikes on central Syria


The media report large-scale attacks by the Russian Aerospace Forces in the central part of Syria.

Information publication "Al-Masdar News" reports that today in the afternoon the military aviation of the Russian Aerospace Forces delivered several dozen unexpected air strikes on the central part of Syria. It is reported that several Russian combat aircraft were raised into the sky from the Khmeimim airbase and flew eastward, where, in fact, they defeated the positions of the Islamic State militants (a terrorist group whose activities are prohibited in Russia - ed. ).

“On Sunday, the Russian Aerospace Forces inflicted several dozen strikes on the central region of Syria, on several hideouts of the“ Islamic State ”in Badia Al-Sham and the eastern part of Hama province. The main concentration of these airstrikes was aimed at hiding the terrorist group between the cities of Al Salamiyah and Al Resafa. The report says that Russian aerospace forces are currently still carrying out airstrikes in central Syria, but have since hit targets in Homs province, mostly near the desert city of Al Sukhna. "- сообщает Lebanese news publication "Al-Masdar News".

The reason for the active bombing of the central part of Syria, where up to a thousand terrorists of the "Islamic State" are still hiding, is called the terrorists' buildup of their strength, as well as various attacks on the Syrian troops and the local population.

By the current hour, there are no official comments from the command of the Russian Aerospace Forces in Syria.

Then count how many ends there are "drawn" for the flow of static from the tails.

also ask where the wings disappeared in the lateral projection.

Interestingly, where did this go in the photo, the right console of the horizontal steering wheel?! There are two of them on the SU-34. Or was it too little time to work with the material? It's funny.

So ISIS won a long time ago like. Shaw, again?

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