In Video: Russian Warplanes Purge Turkish Proxies In Greater Idlib In Response To Ceasefire Violations

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In Video: Russian Warplanes Purge Turkish Proxies In Greater Idlib In Response To Ceasefire Violations

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Warplanes of the Russian Aerospace Forces carried out a new strikes of airstrikes on positions of Turkish proxies in Greater Idlib.

According to reports, on February 23, Hayat Tahrir al-Sham terrorists attacked positions of the Syrian Army near the village of al-Bara in southwestern Idlib. The army answered to the attack with artillery fire that was later reinforced by Russian airstrikes.

Russian media outlet Rusvesna claimed that as a result of the recent clashes in the area Hayat Tahrir al-Sham lost up to 70 militants, 20 units of heavy weapons and equipment. These numbers are obvious fairy tales. At the same time, it is hard to deny that regular airstrikes on terrorist infrastructure created by Turkish proxies in Greater Idlib have a notable strategic impact neutralizing attempts of the terrorists to restore their military capabilities.

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