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Russian Defense Ministry: Russian soldier killed in Syria


The Russian defense department has confirmed the death of a Russian military man in Syria.

A few hours ago, the news agency Avia.pro reported that a group of Russian military personnel stationed in the Syrian province of Hasaka had been attacked, as a result of which three Russian soldiers were injured and another killed. Information on this matter was provided by the Kurdish news agency ANHA, and a few hours later the Russian defense department officially confirmed this information.

According to information provided by the Russian Ministry of Defense, the attack on a group of Russian servicemen was carried out with the use of an unknown explosive device, which exploded while a Russian armored car was passing. As a result of the explosion, three servicemen were seriously injured, and the life of the fourth Russian military doctor did not succeed.

At the moment, no other details are available, however, noteworthy is the fact that the attack on Russian military personnel was carried out after Russian forces several times prevented the American military from passing the convoys through the territory of the region in which the US-controlled Kurdish armed groups are located. ...

There are a lot of typos such as "pull down" and not save. Probably the vaunted armored cars that advertised and spent money from the treasury in someone's pocket without thinking about the lives of people who could die in such cars, business and profit, of course, prevailed over greed.

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