The Russian Aerospace Forces have destroyed more than 1,000 facilities belonging to international terrorist groups in Syria this past week, the Krasnaya Zvezda newspaper said in its Friday edition.

According to the info-graphs published by the paper, the Russian Aerospace Forces performed over 360 combat sorties in the reported period.

Russian drones have also carried out over 140 reconnaissance flights and located over 190 objects of terrorist infrastructure.

The Russian Aerospace Forces have also played a critical role in the Syrian Arab Army’s (SAA) large-scale advance in central, as their chippers provide necessary air cover to the government forces.

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Deo Cass

The larger part of the merit should go to Hezbollah and the Iranian contingent in Syria who are fighting daesh on the ground and who really made the difference. That is why the Zionists are so upset with their presence in Syria. Russia plays its role ‘with caution’ in order not to offend its Zionist and American “partners” maybe sometimes even closing both eyes in front of Zionist or so called US Coalition airstrikes against the SAA and even sometimes ISIS aka the Kurdish front line terror forces.

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i would have to disagree. prior to Russia joining the fight in 2015, everything was going to s**t. follow the timeline. only after Russia stepped in and pounded the life out of isis did the tide start to turn (this much, is simply non-debatable, just fact). In addition, Russia killed the “living oil-pipeline” (remember that?) and exposed the culprits tied to isis, ie, turkey, israhell and murica being involved in the illegal oil trade. Remember that 2hr brief the General gave exposing all of this? So not only did Russia turn the tide of the war in Syria, they also… Read more »

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Yes, the maps showing parts of Syria controlled by the Syrian government forces versus the rebels and the terrorists finally started changing in the Syrian government’s favor AFTER Russia stepped in.
Prior to that, even with Hezbollah’s help, the SAA had lost a lot of ground.