Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad has sent a letter to Russian president Vladimir Putin, expressing his condolences over the recent Russian Il-20 plane crash in Syria, local media reported.

Syrian president Bashar Al-Assad wrote in his letter to Vladimir Putin that the Russian Il-20 plane crash near Hmeymim air base was a result of Israeli arrogance, SANA news agency reported.

Syrian president expressed his condolences over the tragedy and said that he hoped that the plane crash would not impede Russian and Syrian joint fight against terrorism.

The Russian Hmeymim airbase in Syria had lost contact with the Il-20 military aircraft late on Monday during the attack of Israeli F-16 aircraft on Syrian targets in the province of Latakia.

The Russian Defense Ministry said later that the Israeli military deliberately created a dangerous situation by using the Russian aircraft as a shield against Syrian air defense systems.

Earlier, Israeli military delegation led by Air Force Commander Maj. Gen. Amikam Norkin will travel to Moscow on September 20 with information about the crash of the aircraft.

 

Source: Sputnik

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n.md.148
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the plane crash would not impede Russian and Syrian joint fight against terrorism
israhell’s vile action is to hamper further destruction of its zio terrorists
russia should not sell her soul to the illegitimate entity

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Nothing related, it’s to impede ending under a swarm of Fateh-110 too big for Iron-Dome and being forced at using nuclear weapons in the end.
Russia shall not forget she’s the remainder of the Byzantine Empire who was pushed north by Muslim invasions.
Know your enemy and remember the raffidahs are the masters of taqiyya (deception).

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“The Franco-Ottoman alliance, also Franco-Turkish alliance, was an alliance established in 1536 between the king of France Francis I and the Turkish sultan of the Ottoman Empire Suleiman the Magnificent. The strategic and sometimes tactical alliance was one of the most important foreign alliances of France, and was particularly influential during the Italian Wars.”

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ARROGANCE OF ISIS-RAHELL