Moscow: Drone attack on Russian bases in Syria came from Turkish-ruled area
The Defense Ministry in Moscow charged Thursday that the massive drone attack on two Russian bases in Syria on Jan. 6, was launched from an area in the northern Syrian province of Idlib controlled by Turkish-backed rebel forces. Moscow sent a stern protest to Ankara charging Turkey with violating its de-escalation zones agreement with Russia and Iran. DEBKAfile’s military sources, a Russian probe discovered that it was Turkey which supplied the Syrian Islamist rebels with advanced drone technology and instructions for the assembly and use of advanced UAVs as pressure on Russia to hold back the Syrian-Hizballah operation to recover Idlib.
9 thoughts on “Moscow: Drone attack on Russian bases in Syria came from Turkish-ruled area”
Soon to be bye bye to the King of the Camel prick loving Mudslimes, Pigdogan. FILTHY Turks need to understand that fucking with Putin has consequences.
and how many Russian planes have the turks taken out now including the one they shot down? Russia don’t want a bloody war with turkey
You mean the COWARDLY Turks are afraid of the Russian military destroying the JOKE military that Pigdogan heads
How soon before you backstabbing LOSERS come CRAWLING back to the GREAT USA for HELP?
The Turk is not to be trusted
Just ask the Armenians!
The turks are nato member
So attacking turky is a cause for nato beeing obliged to fight against the attacker which would be russia.
Only solution is to kick turky out of natos as a source of instability.
It’s a grave joke that the turkish kaliphate is still a NATO member. They should be kicked out ASAP.
Ah, Russia and Syria are just mad because they had to waste a lot money on missiles shooting at the drones. Swarm technology is all the rage now and can take out S-400-500 sites with impunity. You can’t shoot down 200 missiles coming at you all at once.
Russia will have a lot of stuffed Turkeys. The wana be Hitler Erdogan might have met his match puta Putin. Boys have a go at it and do not spare each other.