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Thursday, February 23, 2017

Russian aircraft had bombed ISIS refineries in Syria


The defense Ministry reported about the latest achievements of the Russian space forces in the Syrian Arab Republic. On the eve of the su-34 bombers attacked the territory of the oil plant in the Russian Federation banned terrorist organization “Islamic state” in the province of hasakah. As a result of air strikes destroyed the technical equipment of the enterprise, as well as oil tanks.

photo: Wikipedia

As stated in the Bulletin of the Center for conciliation of the warring parties in Syria, the main goal of the operation was to undermine the economic base of the international terrorist organization ISIS

“Su-34 Russian space forces was struck by refinery, located on the territory controlled by ISIL, near the village of RAS al-ain,… Thanks to exact actions of the pilots was building process equipment, there was a fire kept in the tanks of petroleum products,” reads the document published on the official website of the Ministry of defense of Russia.

The document also States that today the number of settlements in Syria, joined the cease-fire regime, increased to 129.

“The ceasefire in the past days was observed in most provinces Siriii, there were only five violations in the province of Damascus”, – said the Agency.

Watch the video on “Footage of the destruction of the ISIS stock of Russian aircraft in Syria”

Russian su-25 attacked the armories of the terrorists.

Video published on the website youtube.com user-the Russian defense Ministry.

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