TAONAN, CHINA - JULY 23: (CHINA OUT) A Russian Su-24 fighter plane on display at the Sino-Russian 'Peace Mission 2009' joint military exercise at the Taonan tactical training base, on July 23, 2009 in Jilin Province, China. Up to 1,300 army and air force personnel from each side took part in the drill, scheduled to run from July 22-26 in Khabarovsk of Russia and the Taonan tactical training base. (Photo by Zhang Lei/ChinaFotoPress/Getty Images)

BEIRUT, LÍBANO (12:45 p.m.) – El sábado, la Fuerza Aérea Rusa lanzó su mayor ataque del mes sobre la región noroeste de Siria.

Utilizando helicópteros militares y aviones, la Fuerza Aérea rusa lanzó docenas de ataques aéreos sobre las posiciones de las facciones yihadistas en las gobernaciones de Idlib, Latakia y Hama.

Comenzando con la Gobernación de Idlib, la Fuerza Aérea de Rusia lanzó una operación estratégica para bombardear un convoy Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham que se preparaba para abandonar la Base Aérea de Taftanaz cerca de la ciudad de Idlib.

Según una fuente militar en Latakia, el ataque ruso resultó en la muerte de decenas de yihadistas de Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham y sus facciones aliadas.

La Fuerza Aérea rusa lanzaría una gran cantidad de ataques sobre el sur y el oeste de Idlib, el noroeste de Hama y el noreste de Latakia.

La fuente militar dijo que esta última serie de ataques aéreos en el noroeste de Siria es parte del plan de las Fuerzas Armadas rusas para limpiar la región de todas las facciones yihadistas.

Al mismo tiempo, el Ejército Árabe Sirio (SAA) todavía está aumentando sus fuerzas en el noroeste de Siria, mientras se preparan para lanzar una operación a gran escala para sellar la Gobernación de Latakia.

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