Videoconferencing struck to break the militants in Idlib

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the Russian su-24 HQs struck at militants in the area of de-escalation in Idlib, who broke through into Syria in the attack. It is reported TASS with reference to the Center for conciliation of the warring parties in Syria.

“To prevent the release of gangs deep into Syrian territory at the request of the Syrian command su-24 aircraft of Russian air force was dealt a blow at the break armed groups of terrorists. This has allowed the Syrian troops to successfully repel all attacks. They destroyed one tank, six BMP and five pickup trucks with heavy weapons of the militants,” – stated in the message.

it is Noted that under Turkish fire, wounding four Syrian soldiers.

on February 21 Vladimir Putin during a telephone conversation with Recep Tayyip Erdogan expressed concern over the aggressive actions of extremist groups in the Syrian Idlib.

Putin and Erdogan agreed on enhancing bilateral inter-Ministerial consultations on Idlib to reduce tension, cease-fire and neutralization of the terrorist threat. They also confirmed that the contacts between the military departments will continue in an intensive mode.

Erdogan in the course of conversation stressed the need to deter the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in Idlib and prevent a humanitarian catastrophe.

Earlier, defense Minister of Turkey, Hulusi Akar said that Moscow and Ankara have no problem with the situation in Idlib. According to him, the main purpose of the Turkish military in Idlib the Syrian regime is. He stressed that Russia and Turkey have established good contacts.

on the Eve of the formation of the armed Syrian opposition, who are on the side of Turkey, attacked the positions of Syrian army in Idlib province.

Pro-Turkish fighters broke through the defenses of the Syrian army in the area of Kinase and Naraba. As a result of wounds received four Syrian soldiers.

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