Turkey has donated TB2 drones to the Syrian opposition group.
The Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation reports that the pro-Turkish groups are preparing a new series of large-scale attacks using unmanned aerial vehicles. This confirms the information of the RIA Novosti editorial office that the opposition group received several attack drones, – according to report, Turkey has supplied several Kargu kamikaze drones and one Bayraktar TB2 drone, called the “killer” of Russian air defense systems.
The Center for the Reconciliation of Warring Parties (CPVS) learned about the plans of the militants to accuse the Syrian government forces and the Russian Aerospace Forces of striking settlements in the Idlib de-escalation zone, said Rear Admiral Alexander Grinkevich, deputy head of the Russian Center for the Reconciliation of Warring Parties in Syria.
The Russian Center for the Reconciliation of Warring Parties has received new information about the plans of Syrian opposition groups to accuse the Syrian government forces and the Russian Aerospace Forces of delivering artillery and airstrikes on populated areas under the control of opposition armed groups in the Idlib de-escalation zone.
Grinkevich said that the opposition group wants to strike a UAV attack on civilian objects in the area of the Nakhlaya settlement in Syria and post a video accusing Damascus and Russia, reported Russian news agency RIA Novosti with reference to the Russian defense department.
Earlier, Syrian sources actually claimed that Turkey has transferred several drones to the Syrian opposition group to carry out attacks against the Syrian, Iranian and Russian military.
If Turkey really handed over attack drones to the Syrian group, then the opposition group may well organize an attack on the Russian military airbase in Khmeimim.
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