DAMASCUS, SYRIA (5:45 A.M.) – A high-ranking official from the Syrian Arab Air Force (SAAYF) told Al-Masdar on Thursday night that their fighter jets did not bomb the Turkish Army in east Aleppo.
“No Syrian or Russian aircraft bombed the Turkish Army near Al-Bab on November 23rd – all reports claiming otherwise are lies,” the official confirmed to Al-Masdar on Thursday.
“Turkey is planning something in east Aleppo and using this alleged attack as a ploy to escalate the situation,” he added.
The Turkish regime accused the Syrian Air Force on Wednesday of carrying out an airstrike that killed 3 of their soldiers and wounded 10 others.
Prior to this alleged attack in east Aleppo, the Turkish Army shelled the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) in northern Latakia, forcing them to halt their offensive against the Turkish-backed jihadists near the border.