Russian Aerospace Forces destroyed more than 30 militants in Syria with one blow

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Russian Aerospace Forces destroyed more than 30 militants in Syria with one blow

The Aerospace Forces (VKS) of Russia, together with the military aviation of Syria, attacked the positions of the militants in the area of the Syrian settlement of Jisr al-Shugur (Idlib province), destroying the jihadist training base. It is reported by Al-Masdar News.

One blow, in particular, fell on the facilities of the Islamic Party of Turkestan. Shortly before the start of the attack, drones watched them and other positions of the terrorists.

The publication, citing the data of the Sputnik correspondent, clarifies that as a result of the strike, more than 30 jihadists were killed, many were injured. Part of the militants' equipment was also destroyed.

On October 14, it was reported about a strike by Russian aviation on a camp in Syria, where militants are being trained to participate in the armed conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh. Two Su-34 and two Su-24M fighters attacked seven camp targets, including a command post, shelters and camouflaged military equipment.

Earlier in October, the Russian Aerospace Forces avenged the deaths of Major General Vyacheslav Gladkikh and translator-cadet Mikhail Milshin by air striking the underground command posts of the Islamic State (IS, banned in Russia) militants in the north of the Syrian province of Deir ez-Zor. During the strike, a field commander, Abu Qatada, who was involved in the death of the Russian military, was in one of the shelters. Two Su-24 bombers destroyed shelters and about 30 terrorists, including Qatada.

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