Russia & Syria coop., Russia & Syria military, Russian Aerospace Forces, Russian Air Force, Russian Airstrikes, Russian Defense System, Russian fighter jets, SAA Military Reports, su-24, Su-30, Sukhoi, Sukhois Aircrafts, Syrian Air Defense, Syrian Air Forces, Syrian Arab Army, War Against Terrorism, War on Syria, War Strategy
This gallery contains 1 photo.
A Russian military source announced on Friday that Russia sent an additional number of bombers to the Hmeimim air base in Lattakia.
Izvestia daily quoted the source as saying that an extra number of Su-24 and Su-34 bombers has been sent to Hmeimim base, used by the Russian Air Force in the fight against terrorism in Syria.
Su-25 fighter-bombers have been prepared to head for Syria, the source added.
Kremlin Spokesperson Dmitry Peskov stressed on Thursday that Russia will continue fighting terrorists and supporting the Syrian army in this regard.
The Russian Air Force started operations in Syria on September 30th, 2015 upon a request from the Syrian state. The Russian strikes have hit thousands of targets, destroying positions, equipment, vehicles, facilities and tanker trucks transporting stolen oil.
Terrorists’ strongholds in seven different regions in Northern Hama came under 75 air raids by the Russian and Syrian fighter jets on Friday.
The Russian and Syrian Air Forces carried out over 75 airstrikes above the terrorist-controlled villages of Souran, Taybat Al-Imam, Helfaya, Kawkab, Ma’an, Morek and Karrah.