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"Syrian Free Army" with the support of the Turkish Armed Forces occupied the road El Bab - Aleppo

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Turkish News Agency Anadolu actually confirms the information that the Turkish troops received complete freedom of action in the north of Syria. The agency cites data on the next stage of the revitalization of the operation of the Turkish troops under the loud name "The Euphrates Shield". As part of this operation, the Turkish army soldiers not only inflict airstrikes on the northern regions of the Syrian provinces (as they themselves say, “DAESH terrorists” (forbidden in the Russian Federation)), but also train the so-called Syrian free army.




It is reported that the "Syrian Free Army" took under its complete control the highway connecting El-Bab with Aleppo, destroying ISIL (DAESH) militants with the help of the Turkish troops 48.

The same information resource reports that more than fifty explosive devices, including mines, have been deactivated in the area of ​​Al-Bab. However, one explosive device did not have time to neutralize - it exploded on the route of one of the military vehicles. Four soldiers of the Armed Forces of Turkey were seriously injured.

Against this background, Syrian sources report that in the east of Aleppo militaries of the SAR armed forces are being released from the captivity of militants. On the eve of the hands of the radicals, a Syrian officer was rescued - Lieutenant Suleiman Badr. In the material AMN it is said that the Syrian lieutenant was released in exchange for the opportunity given to the militants to leave Aleppo and leave for Idlib province. In addition to the officer in Aleppo, several more Syrian soldiers who had been in captivity for more than a year were released.
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  1. Andrey K
    Andrey K 21 December 2016 12: 45
    +11
    ... The "Syrian Free Army", with the support of the Turkish Armed Forces, took the El-Bab - Aleppo road ...

    Turks are bending their line ...
    What they can’t take away is stubbornness in achieving their goals ...
    We will still suffer with these "allies" in the fight against terrorism ...
    1. Alex_Rarog
      Alex_Rarog 21 December 2016 13: 02
      +2
      I think with the Turks it will still be easier to get along with than with the igrzah from igil!
      1. Warrior with machine gun
        Warrior with machine gun 21 December 2016 13: 10
        +11
        I wonder how you are going to negotiate with the Turks, if they have already "laid down" on all international law by their actions, and there is nothing to negotiate with the thugs of the igils;
        1. Thirteenth
          Thirteenth 21 December 2016 13: 27
          +2
          Quote: Warrior with machine gun
          I wonder how you are going to negotiate with the Turks if they have already "laid down" on all international law by their actions


          And where to go? It’s necessary to agree this way, the ball is round and we won’t go anywhere with it. Or should we proceed from the principle that it is not worth negotiating with states that have put in international law?
          1. Warrior with machine gun
            Warrior with machine gun 21 December 2016 13: 34
            +5
            it is necessary to agree, but on conditions when such two-faced creatures cannot give the rear and non-fulfillment will threaten a good hemorrhoid with physical impact, the stripes have learned to keep these Middle Eastern flappers well in check, and we are all waiting for the fulfillment of diplomatic agreements based on a squiggle on a piece of paper, not seriously.
            1. Monarchist
              Monarchist 21 December 2016 14: 19
              0
              Warrior with a machine gun. This is where the mastery of diplomacy will take place, so that the back is not included
          2. nick837
            nick837 21 December 2016 18: 13
            0
            And we will not agree with anyone! We will smash Turkey to dust! They, like anyone else, not a bit of a bite from Syria !!!
            1. alexmach
              alexmach 21 December 2016 19: 37
              0
              So they've already bitten off, maybe not as much as they wanted, but still. And they really have more chances to "bite off" there than anyone else.
            2. Kenneth
              Kenneth 21 December 2016 19: 53
              +1
              Who are "we. How many are you.
        2. Samaritan
          Samaritan 21 December 2016 13: 35
          +2
          Quote: Warrior with a machine gun
          I wonder how you are going to negotiate with the Turks, if they have already "laid down" on all international law by their actions, and there is nothing to negotiate with the thugs of the igils;

          Turkey is Gazprom’s second largest market after Germany.
          In 2015, Gazprom delivered 27,01 billion cubic meters to Turkey. m of gas, the main buyer of which was the state company Botas. Private Turkish companies purchased 8 billion cubic meters from Gazprom m gas

          Something like this ...
    2. kapitan92
      kapitan92 21 December 2016 13: 10
      +8
      Quote: Andrey K
      ... The "Syrian Free Army", with the support of the Turkish Armed Forces, took the El-Bab - Aleppo road ...

      Turks are bending their line ...
      What they can’t take away is stubbornness in achieving their goals ...
      We will still suffer with these "allies" in the fight against terrorism ...

      Yes, they do not bend anything! We met in Moscow, divided the spheres of influence. Assad will not "climb" to the north, the northern regions are inhabited by Kurds who are bending their line to secede from Syria, what's the point of finishing off his Army there and openly entering into conflict with Turkey. Times are not right!
      There is de jure SAR, but de facto it is already divided.
      1. Andrey K
        Andrey K 21 December 2016 13: 44
        +7
        Quote: kapitan92
        ... Yes, they do not bend anything! Met in Moscow, divided the spheres of influence ...
        ... De jure SAR is, but de facto it is already divided ...

        I would not be so categorical.
        As my first army commander used to say: "Sergeant, not everything that you see is in fact - this is only what they want to show you ..."
        I don't think that the Turks will be allowed to "steer" in the territory of the SAR in the long term. Each stakeholder pursues its own goals. At this time, our interests coincided: ours is to give Assad a respite, time to regroup, and the Turkish one is to knock the land from under the feet of the Kurds on the sly and, if possible, grind them on the territory of the neighboring state.
        1. kapitan92
          kapitan92 21 December 2016 14: 36
          +4
          Quote: Andrey K
          As my first army commander used to say: "Sergeant, not everything that you see is in fact - this is only what they want to show you ..."

          ... See the gopher? - No. - And I do not see. But he is! ... (dmb)
          Quote: Andrey K
          Each interested party pursues its own goals.

          That's right. Israel is chopping off territories adjacent to the Golan under the guise of fighting ISIS. In southern Syria, the Druze, and they have their own layouts. With the advent of Trump, I think, the section on interests will finally take shape.
          Complex interfaith relations in Syria will not allow Assad to jump above his head, not to give his own.
          Quote: Andrey K
          In this period of time, our interests coincided: ours - to give Assad a break, time to regroup,

          I agree with you. A respite is essential.
  2. Ustrushan
    Ustrushan 21 December 2016 12: 49
    +1
    Syria today and apparently tomorrow will remain a hornet's nest. Where there are swarming clouds of different gangs, "representatives" of neighboring states, various ethnic and confessional groups .... And in such a situation it is necessary to look at who is the main enemy for us now - and this is IS. So the Turks go ahead!
    1. just exp
      just exp 21 December 2016 13: 01
      0
      and let there be as many bearded as possible. the more they fertilize the land there, the less they will spoil the life of other people.
    2. 210ox
      210ox 21 December 2016 13: 02
      +3
      Wasp nest? After all, peaceful people live there, and most of them. So you can say some kind of hotbed of terrorism, Washington, Riyadh ... People want peace .. Unfortunately, Syria will not be united, multi-faith.
      Quote: Ustrushan
      Syria today and apparently tomorrow will remain a hornet's nest. Where there are swarming clouds of different gangs, "representatives" of neighboring states, various ethnic and confessional groups .... And in such a situation it is necessary to look at who is the main enemy for us now - and this is IS. So the Turks go ahead!
      1. Ustrushan
        Ustrushan 21 December 2016 14: 01
        0
        Quote: 210ox
        After all, peaceful people live there, and most of them

        You're right. There really live peaceful people. But that does not change the characteristics of Syria now. Here the interests of Russia, the USA, Turkey came together ... the list is long. Domestic: Turkomans, Kurds, Arabs, Shiites, Sunites, Alawites, Christians (many directions), various communities, etc.
        And as you rightly noted
        Quote: 210ox
        Unfortunately, Syria will not be united, multi-confessional.

        So Syria is a hornet's nest and will remain so for a long time to come.
        1. nick837
          nick837 21 December 2016 19: 35
          0
          And, behold, Israel will soon not be at all! The end to the rotten Jews! Got Game!
        2. nick837
          nick837 21 December 2016 19: 36
          0
          You in Russia did not try to count the number of adherents of these or other faiths?))))))))))))
      2. nick837
        nick837 21 December 2016 19: 33
        0
        Believe me! It was! There is! And will be!
  3. Wolka
    Wolka 21 December 2016 12: 52
    +2
    well, yes, in Syria everyone is fighting for his piece (everyone wants to have their share in the gas pipeline project to Europe through the territory of Syria), including the Turks who won’t give up their own (Kurdistan) and you won’t tear someone else out of their teeth (Crete) ...
    1. Volodin
      Volodin 21 December 2016 12: 56
      +1
      Quote: Volka
      and you can't tear a stranger out of your teeth (Crete) ...


      Oh, these Turks. They already claim to Crete?))

      Must be all the same about Cyprus
      1. Andrey Yuryevich
        Andrey Yuryevich 21 December 2016 13: 22
        +2
        Quote: Volodin
        Oh, these Turks. They already claim to Crete?))

        not Lyokha ... only on the "skeleton" of Crete ... all is not needed ... wink
        1. Volodin
          Volodin 21 December 2016 14: 07
          0
          Quote: Andrew Y.
          Quote: Volodin
          Oh, these Turks. They already claim to Crete?))

          not Lyokha ... only on the "skeleton" of Crete ... all is not needed ... wink


          laughing
    2. kapitan92
      kapitan92 21 December 2016 13: 32
      +3
      Quote: Volka
      Turks who will not give up their (Kurdistan) and can’t tear someone else out of their teeth (Crete) ...

      You probably meant Northern Cyprus?
  4. Reptiloid
    Reptiloid 21 December 2016 12: 59
    0
    The prisoners returned. Good .. They didn’t write like that about the other prisoners. How many of them are there.
  5. Monarchist
    Monarchist 21 December 2016 14: 39
    +1
    Yesterday there was a heart attack that the ministers of defense: Russia, Turkey and Iran reached an agreement on Syria .. But the Turks and Persians (Iranians) are different in ethnic origin, different regional interests. Tehran needs a sufficiently strong Assad, which means they, and we, will not give free rein to the Sultan.
    My sofa whispered: the Turks will be allowed to frolic with the Kurds until a certain point. Sultan in exchange for some political and economic dividends will neutralize the sheikhs
    1. Kenneth
      Kenneth 21 December 2016 19: 56
      0
      Explain why if the Syrian army liberated Aleppo from terrorists, tens of thousands of civilians will be evacuated from there.