About 92% of the Syrian territory have been freed from militants of the Islamic State terrorist group (outlawed in Russia), according to weekly infographics published by the Russian Defense Ministry’s Krasnaya Zvezda newspaper on Friday.

According to the ministry, Russian Aerospace Forces performed about 517 combat sorties and destroyed over 1,260 facilities controlled by international terrorist groups in past week.

This figure includes over 139 sorties by drones, which detected 129 terrorist-held objects.

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Rotten_Robbie
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once the Islamic State (IS) is dealt with, then the Kurdish State (KS) must be dealt with, not to mention the al qaeda state.

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Yes, after the Da’esh abomination is gone, Syrians must destroy SDF and the treacherous Kurds, and all other enemies of the Syrian people.