Friday, January 5, 2018

Attack on Hmeimim carried out by weapons smuggled from Turkey : Experts

Russian military experts said that the terrorist attack targeted Hmeimim airbase in Lattakia countryside on December 31, was carried out by weapons smuggled across the Turkish-Syrian border.

Vestnik Mordovi website quoted a team of Russian military experts as saying that terrorists used a Vasilek gun-mortar dating back to the 1950s and is still used by many armies of the world and produced by Russia so far.

The website added that the Syrian Army does not possess this type of gun which proves that terrorists got it through Turkey and confirms that Washington is behind the attack on Hmeimim airbase.

1 comment :

  1. A Russian military journalist has published photos of Russian warplanes which are believed to have been damaged by rebel shelling in Syria.
    Roman Saponkov posted them on social media after reports of the attack.
    Russia's defence ministry acknowledged a 31 December rebel mortar attack on Hmeimim airbase but denied any jets had been disabled.
    It also confirmed two servicemen's deaths. Russia's Kommersant newspaper said seven jets had been destroyed.
    Kommersant quoted two unnamed "military-diplomatic sources" on the previously unreported incident - apparently the heaviest attack yet on the airbase near Latakia, in north-western Syria.


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