UAV Bayraktar


Turkish Bayraktar TB2 strikes Syria for the first time since 2020

For the first time in a year, Turkey has used Bayraktar TB2 attack UAVs to attack Syria.

For the first time in a year, Turkey used its Bayraktar TB2 unmanned aerial vehicles in Syria to strike at the positions of the Syrian government forces and Kurdish armed formations. According to the information available to the news agency, attacks on the positions of the SAA and the Kurds were carried out on June 13, while the Syrian government forces failed to hit the Turkish drones.

According to the data available to the editorial office, Turkish drones attacked the settlement. Tell Rifaat in Aleppo province controlled by Kurdish and government forces. It is known that Syrian air defense systems are also located in this area, but fire on the drones was never opened, which is likely due to the possible jamming of the Turkish military.

Experts draw attention to the fact that it may well be a new round of escalation of the situation in Syria, especially against the background of how illegal armed groups began to transfer their forces to the de-escalation zone.