Syrian government officials reported on Sunday morning that the Russian Defense Ministry confirmed the continuation of their countrywide air campaign after the conclusion of the ceasefire.

The Russian Defense Ministry has not commented on this matter; however, the recent air traffic at the Humaymim Airbase in Jableh (coastal Latakia) provides a small glimpse into the Russian plans.

In the meantime, the Russian Air Force has continued to target the terrorists from the Islamic State of Iraq and Al-Sham (ISIS) and Jabhat Al-Nusra (Syrian Al-Qaeda group).

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Vladimír Skalla
Vladimír Skalla
2016-05-01 11:10

@MrConnieS surprise, surprise!

John Allison
John Allison
2016-05-02 07:55

Russian shame!!

Zeeshan
Zeeshan
2016-05-01 10:30

Just plz spare the #Hospitals and #School this time. #Aleppo #SyriaCrisis #Russia #BasharButcher

NoPropaganda
NoPropaganda
2016-05-01 14:55
Reply to  Zeeshan

The Russians deny bombing any hospitals.
Also, it is now clear, Assad’s forces didn’t use chemical weapons. It was the ‘rebels’ all along. This ‘hospital-bombing’ could easily be the same propaganda.

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Gerard
2016-05-01 16:01
Reply to  Zeeshan

blablabla atlantiste !!! pfffff

daeshit sucks
daeshit sucks
2016-05-02 00:32
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Well, it’s clear that nobody supports the bombing of hospitals, schools, etc… But it can be false flag bombings too : remember the Goutha sarin attack… Russia knows very well that the US won’t miss any occasion to say they are more barbarian than themselves. If Assad or Putin want to be respected, they MUST stick to the Geneva and Hague conventions and (I hope) they know it. All I can say is that Putin is doing what western public opinions whant their leaders to do : destroy ISIS, destroy al-Qaeda and all their affiliates and it’s not appreciated at… Read more »