Russian Minister of Foreign Affairs Sergey Lavrov (Photo by Alexander Shcherbak/TASS)

“All foreign forces staying there without an invitation from the Syrian government must be eventually withdrawn,” Lavrov told reporters, as quoted by Tass News Agency.

Earlier in the day, Bolton threatened to strike the Syrian government forces if any attack with chemical weapons is conducted by the latter in the Idlib Governorate.

Bolton’s threats towards the Syrian government come shortly after he completed his visit to Israel.

The Syrian government forces are currently preparing to launch their long-awaited offensive to retake the Idlib Governorate city of Jisr Al-Shughour and the entire Al-Ghaab Plain region.

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est338lapua
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So JewSA thats for you, all gunns pointing at altanf and your turdish protectorate near D Ezzor. dont worry about your puppets we will burn them all including JewSIS ,Jewbat al Nusra, Free zionist Army, and the list goes on…

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kudos to invited russia, iran and lebanon hezbollah especially for aiding syria to the max – God bless till jannah

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Putin once said that at ground level, ONLY SAA and the Kurds were really fighting terrorists.
It’s understates that others are doing nothing…
Same BS when Soleimani bragged about having liberated Mosul while neither IRGC nor PMU participated, it was an Iraqi army job only 😉
ISIS wrecks havoc, Yanks liquidate them, Iranian proxies dump a few magazines of their unlicensed copies of Norinco or H&K riffles and pose like they’ve been sent by the mahdi while they’re Dajjal…

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your below ridiculous comments and bitterness to every hezbollah victory testify your 100%hasbara agent identity

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well another false flag is coming–how predictable they are. The US and Israel just can’t quite except the fact that they lost..

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People of faith…pray that Russia gives Syria its S-400 air defense system…Otherwise, Israel will continue to strike Syria at will. If the system will shortly be given to Turkey and Qatar – both of which have severely damaged Syria…they should give the system to Syria – and not be afraid of what Israel thinks. Why pump all you have into Syria…only to leave it totally vulnerable to Israeli air attacks???!

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“All foreign forces staying there without an invitation from the Syrian government must be eventually withdrawn,” Lavrov told reporters.
The Russians and SAA are about to mount a campaign in Idlib where hundreds of Turkish soldiers are stationed, they’re allowed there under the Astana agreement [Putin’s dirty work], but were definitely not invited in by Assad, and as stipulated in Lavrov’s new statement, all uninvited parties must leave, meaning the Turks should be packing their bags right about now, or risk being sent home in one if they don’t.

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I needed to hear that, after all the wishy-washy “partner” statements from Russians.

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Daeshbags Sux

Hehe…
Bolton = bad cop
Lavrov = good cop
😉

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Hehe…
Daesbag = zionist talmudick cop (the worst possible cop) he he heheheh