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Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov admitted that Moscow has no evidence of U.S. collusion with ISIS militant terrorists, reported Interfax news agency.
At the same time, the Russian Foreign Minister noted that the actions of the Western coalition led by the United States in Syria makes Russian aviation tactics more difficult.
According to the news agency, Lavrov responded to reporters’ questions about a British Air Force report that 250 ISIS militants were allowed to leave the city of …
About six weeks ago a "close call" took place between planes of the Russian Air Force and the US-led international coalition. The military was able to resolve the situation, RIA Novosti reported, citing a high-ranking US Department of State representative.
"We had a couple close calls about six weeks ago which we were able to work through," said the senior State Department official in a statement. "We [also] had an incident in July where we shot down a Syrian plane which was violating …
The anti-terrorist coalition led by the United States is changing the location of its aircraft based in Syria. These measures are being taken for security purposes, the Pentagon said.
“As a result of recent clashes involving pro-government Syrian forces and Russian troops, we took precautions to change the location of aircraft in Syria in order to continue to fight with ISIS and ensure the safety of flight crews in view of known threats in the area of battle,” said spokesman for the U.S. …
Detachments of the "Syrian Democratic Forces" can use the HIMARS multiple rocket launcher systems to attack Syrian government troops, as stated by the press service of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation.
Earlier it was reported that the US military transferred high-mobile HIMARS systems from Jordan to its Al-Tanf base in southern Syria. According to the Russian Ministry of Defense, the range of HIMARS reactive systems does not allow the provision of cover to the detachments of …
The US-led coalition reserves the right to strike at any forces that are a threat to Coalition's forces and its partners, as stated by the official spokesman for the coalition, Ryan Dillon, Interfax news agency reports.
"We reserve[d] that right for any force that presents a threat, whether it is ISIS or anybody else," Dillon said responding to a question by Interfax.
Earlier the US-led coalition once again struck a blow against pro-government forces in southern Syria. The coalition’s …