UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON (VOP TODAY NEWS) — Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said on Tuesday the Russian delegation led by State Duma deputy Dmitry Sablin that the recent battles in the province of Idlib showed unlimited support for terrorist groups from Turkey, the press service of the Syrian leader said.
The head of the friendship group of the parliaments of the Russian Federation and Syria, the first deputy chairman of the “Combat Brotherhood” Dmitry Sablin is on a visit to the SAR, during which he met with President of the Republic Bashar Assad and the Governor of the province of Tartus Safuan Abu Saad.
“The victories strengthened the Syrian people and the army in their intention to continue striking at the terrorists until the last piece of Syrian land is released, despite the support received by terrorist groups from a number of Western and regional parties, primarily from Turkey,” Assad quoted him as saying. press service.
“So, the recent battles in Idlib showed everyone who had any doubts the clear and unlimited support of the Ankara terrorists,” the Syrian president emphasized.
On Monday, the Turkish Ministry of Defense reported three dead civilians and 12 injured in an air attack on a Turkish military convoy in Idlib.
The Syrian Foreign Ministry said on Monday that Turkish armored personnel carriers have crossed the Syrian border and are moving towards the city of Khan Sheikhun in Idlib, fought for by the Syrian army.
According to the Turkish DHA agency, the Syrian Air Force attacked a Turkish military convoy in Idlib province.
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