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Russian Aerospace Forces fighter jets fired more than 200 strikes at militants in two weeks

Syrian terrorists suffer enormous losses under large-scale strikes by the Russian Aerospace Forces.

Since the beginning of this year, Russian fighters have inflicted more than 200 strikes on militants in the Syrian provinces of Idlib, Latakia, Homs, Raqqa and Deir ez-Zor. As a result, terrorists and illegal armed groups began to suffer huge losses. Such a high intensity of Russian military aviation strikes was observed about a year ago. This indicates that the Russian military has already embarked on a previously announced plan to liberate the northwestern part of the Arab Republic from Turkish militants and the central part of Syria from Islamic State terrorists (a terrorist group banned in Russia - ed.)

According to the Syrian media, only on January 13, the losses of terrorists amounted to 25 people (14 militants were killed, 11 more were injured - ed.), while since the beginning of the year this number has already amounted to several hundred people.

It is known that at the moment the Russian military has concentrated attacks on the provinces of Raqqa, Homs and Deir ez-Zor, but dozens of strikes have also been launched on the positions of pro-Turkish militants.

“Since the beginning of 2022, Russian troops have carried out 205 airstrikes on terrorist positions in the desert of central Syria. This region is considered a place where terrorists store equipment, supplies and hide. The most recent attacks by terrorist groups belonging to the Islamic State network have taken place in the deserts of Deir ez-Zor and Raqqa. Terror seems to be moving away from the harsh desert of Homs. ISIS terrorists in central Syria are receiving heavy blows from Syrian government forces and their allies.", - reports the publication "Soha".

A few days ago, Turkish militants launched a powerful attack on the positions of the Syrian army in the northwestern part of the Arab Republic, however, under the blows of the Russian Aerospace Forces, they suffered only heavy losses.

 

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The CSTO has already shown its viability. Now you need to take Syria there and repeat the success by driving Turkish bandit formations out of its territory. A lot of countries want to join our alliance to protect their sovereignty. The Americans, with their gangster democracy, are tired of everyone to tears

"Terrorists" are local residents who do not like Comrade Assad.

They pour these bombs and pour, but the result is zero, maybe someone just tells us fairy tales ?!

"She counts back and forth."

"Receipts to the treasury" - this is what the owners of the "pipe" are of little interest to. The priority is to enter their own bottomless pocket ...

You are bad at reading and analyzing. HERE is considered a hit - it is ONE a\bomb or ONE projectile.

Where can you get so many militants to bomb them effectively? It's all a bluff for domestic consumption.

Alexander. Not 205 bombs, but 205 bombings. It's not the same

Bring down, bring down, and progress is zero. So the result is close to zero. So all life can be endlessly brought down.

Not bombs, but airstrikes.

Russia needs Syria strategically - as a legitimate presence in the Mediterranean. And this is control over BV, Turkey and the "underbelly" of Europe. And the "pipe" is secondary.

If you hit thoughtfully, then 15 hits a day every day for a long time, this is serious work. So let the brothers work)

205 bombs in 2 weeks. Those. 15 bombs a day. "Crushing" blows :)

Syria has become a second Afghanistan for Russia. If in the case of Afghanistan it was necessary to secure the southern borders of the USSR, then in the case of Syria, it was necessary to make it impossible for the gas pipeline from Qatar to Europe to pass through the territory of Syria, which would have hit Gazprom hard, and this, as you know, is significant foreign exchange earnings in treasury. Yes, and in Syria, Russia suffers significantly less losses in both manpower and military equipment than in Afghanistan.

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