It is reported that the Turkish column could not enter the Syrian Shir-Mgaar


From Syria, there are reports of attempts to regroup militants acting against the Syrian government forces. The regrouping is carried out against the background of further concentration of forces and means of the Turkish army.


According to recent reports, the Turkish convoy moved to the village of Jabal al-Zawiya. On this site, the Syrian government forces dealt a powerful artillery attack on the militants, as a result of which they suffered serious damage.

According to unconfirmed reports, Russian airborne forces attacked militants in the vicinity of the Shir-Mgaar settlement. The terrorists, acting in their usual mode, struck at the positions of the SAA, and then tried to snuggle up to the Turkish observation post. The Turkish column tried to enter the Shir-Mgaar, but in the end the Turks had to abandon these plans, and the column returned to its original position. The Turkish Armed Forces escort could not enter the village.


Officially reports on the involvement of the Russian military aviation in the sky over the Shir-Mgaar, the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation has not yet received.

Earlier, the Turkish military department said that as a result of the shelling tank Turkish Armed Forces one soldier died. The shelling allegedly took place in the Kaminas area. Recall that Recep Erdogan had previously threatened the SAA with “crushing blows to the regime’s forces in the event of the death of at least one soldier”.

A few hours later, Interfax, citing an unnamed source, published material saying: The Russian Aerospace Forces have nothing to do with the fact that the Turkish military convoy was stopped.
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  1. Olya Tsako 23 February 2020 15: 42 New
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    And these Turkish invaders do not need to enter either. The Turks deployed the T-300 Kasirga ("Hurricane") multiple launch rocket systems in the Syrian province of Idlib. The caliber of the system is 302 mm, the firing range is up to 100 kilometers. Thus, while in Idlib, Kasirga can attack targets in provinces such as Aleppo, Hama and Latakia, which are controlled by the Syrian army.
    1. svp67 23 February 2020 15: 50 New
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      Quote: Olya Tsako
      So

      Thank you, this news has already been. But keeping under fire and taking a city are two different concepts
      1. Dmitry Donskoy 23 February 2020 16: 07 New
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        I have a feeling that Erdogan and Putin are playing according to the rules agreed upon in Sochi. We have to wait and everything will be decided as well as possible. hi
        1. svp67 23 February 2020 16: 13 New
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          Quote: Dmitry Donskoy
          I have a feeling that Erdogan and Putin are playing according to the rules agreed upon in Sochi. We have to wait and everything will be decided as well as possible.

          I would like to believe in this and I’m sure that there are some “red lines” on both sides, but still the situation is very tense and God forbid that everything would be resolved hi
          1. AnpeL 23 February 2020 17: 10 New
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            I have a feeling that Erdogan and Putin are playing according to the rules agreed upon in Sochi. We have to wait and everything will be decided as well as possible.

            It’s better to say that Putin and Erdogan are doing what they agreed on, even in plain sight and giving out a confrontation on certain positions
            1. Shurik70 23 February 2020 23: 45 New
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              The Turks will surely deny that someone managed to stop them.
              They will say that they themselves stopped as planned
              1. Altai72 24 February 2020 08: 30 New
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                But the Turks have not yet advanced))
          2. Lelek 23 February 2020 18: 08 New
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            Quote: svp67
            I would like to believe in this and I’m sure that there are some “red lines” on both sides

            Hello, Sergey.
            Maybe there are some, and yet, and yet the Turks behave in an incomprehensible way. They recall the behavior of Stenka Razin with his cry "Saryn for the bite!" After all, the idea of ​​the Sochi and Moscow gatherings of Erdogan and Putin was to establish peace on Syrian soil, whose rightful ruler is Assad, but just yesterday, a statement from the Turkish Ministry of Defense appeared in the media, denying the agreements of Moscow and Ankara:

            Or Erdogan dances to someone’s tune, or loses power over the army. Some crap.
        2. Misha Honest 23 February 2020 16: 17 New
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          The more we wait, the worse ... winked
          PS. In real life there are no rules. The rules are only in the game. no
          1. svp67 23 February 2020 18: 28 New
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            Quote: Misha Honest
            In real life there are no rules. The rules are only in the game.

            "What is our life? GAME !!!" A.S. Pushkin
            1. iRoccka 23 February 2020 20: 27 New
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              Quote: svp67
              Quote: Misha Honest
              In real life there are no rules. The rules are only in the game.

              "What is our life? GAME !!!" A.S. Pushkin


              you are wrong .
              Modest Tchaikovsky, the younger brother of Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, is the author of this rather famous phrase, though we heard it not in the original, but mainly as a slogan of the game “What? Where? When?”, In the original this phrase can be heard if you listen to the opera “Peak lady ", which is put in the way based on the work of A.S. Pushkin,
            2. Misha Honest 23 February 2020 21: 09 New
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              It's not the same for everybody...
        3. Alexey Polyutkin 24 February 2020 12: 26 New
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          I have a feeling that two politicians are playing toy soldiers)))
      2. Starover_Z 23 February 2020 16: 48 New
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        Quote: svp67
        Quote: Olya Tsako
        So

        Thank you, this news has already been. But keeping under fire and taking a city are two different concepts

        How many countries are trying to grab their share of Syrian oil pie, although Syria has not called for their "help". It was recalled and compared how many “allies” were asked to open a second front in the Second World War - not hr ... on, they were waiting for someone to overcome. Well, yes, in Europe there was nothing to share ...
        And here, like jackals!
        1. svp67 23 February 2020 17: 01 New
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          Quote: Starover_Z
          And here, like jackals!

          It’s even tougher to deal with us if we give slack
          1. Sky strike fighter 23 February 2020 17: 03 New
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            The videoconferencing did not allow the Turkish column to enter Al-Bara with the help of bombs. Video from the link below.
            The Russian Air Force combat aircraft stopped the Turkish convoy of armored vehicles, preventing it from entering the settlement of Al-Bara in the Syrian province of Idlib. After the attacks of Russian aircraft, the Turks hastily left him.

            http://in24.org/world/38720
            1. Paul Siebert 23 February 2020 19: 11 New
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              VKS prevented Turkish column from entering Al-Bara with bombs

              Oddly enough, the Russian Foreign Ministry has already managed to refute this news.
              Russian representatives called her Faikova.
              You don’t understand what to believe ...
              1. svp67 24 February 2020 04: 49 New
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                Quote: Paul Siebert
                You don’t understand what to believe ...

                I won’t say “what”, but who has believed for a long time wink
                1. Mordvin 3 24 February 2020 06: 07 New
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                  Quote: svp67
                  but who to believe has long been known

                  Stirlitz. yes
                  1. svp67 24 February 2020 06: 15 New
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                    Quote: mordvin xnumx
                    Stirlitz.

                    recourse no Deceive and get out, and then maybe even a bottle on the head ...
        2. Roman1970_1 23 February 2020 22: 02 New
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          What kind of oil cake?
          There the cat wept.
          Not because of oil disassembly
    2. Chaldon48 23 February 2020 16: 46 New
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      The Turks are now spinning like a cat near a pot of hot porridge, and I want to and pricks, and I seem to be with Putin as I wanted to agree.
    3. Thrifty 23 February 2020 17: 06 New
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      Erdogad's surname was not Goebbels an hour before? Painfully similar methods of blowing into the ears of fairy tales!
    4. Mountain shooter 23 February 2020 18: 20 New
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      Quote: Olya Tsako
      And these Turkish invaders do not need to enter either. The Turks deployed the T-300 Kasirga ("Hurricane") multiple launch rocket systems in the Syrian province of Idlib, the Turkish army's most powerful and long-range MLRS.

      And yet on FSE already scared and hid under the benches ... The accuracy of such systems is not too great. The "Gauges" MUCH MORE ABOVE !!!
    5. URAL72 23 February 2020 21: 15 New
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      Olya! I read your comments, now I'm sure your brain is below the belt ...
  2. rocket757 23 February 2020 15: 44 New
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    Test of strength. It is not yet clear how far all this can go.
    1. Andrey.AN 23 February 2020 16: 09 New
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      It’s not in the interests of either the Russian Federation or the USA to make Libya in Cuba any further than Georgia doesn’t go.
      1. Misha Honest 23 February 2020 16: 21 New
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        Quote: Andrey.AN
        It’s not in the interests of either the Russian Federation or the USA to make Libya in Cuba any further than Georgia doesn’t go.

        You forgot about the interests of the Turks. And besides, pushing the Ottomans and the Russian Federation is in the interests of the United States.
        1. Andrey.AN 23 February 2020 16: 26 New
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          No, it is in the interests of the United States to maintain Incirlik in Turkey with a stable surrounding infrastructure, as well as a base in Europe, which is already dull from the mass of refugees, it is the United States that will not allow the radicals to push Turkey under the Russian Federation. It’s just that NATO is the United States, and they can do whatever they can against the Russian Federation, they have nothing to add to this without unacceptable losses.
          1. Misha Honest 23 February 2020 16: 39 New
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            Quote: Andrey.AN
            No, it is in the interests of the United States to maintain Incirlik in Turkey with a stable surrounding infrastructure, as well as a base in Europe, which is already dull from the mass of refugees, it is the United States that will not allow the radicals to push Turkey under the Russian Federation. It’s just that NATO is the United States, and they can do whatever they can against the Russian Federation, they have nothing to add to this without unacceptable losses.

            NATO Secretary General already said that they do not care about Turkey. (Of course they don’t give a damn, just Nato wants this war just like the USA. They just don’t want it on their territory - why not Turkey?)))
            Thus they weaken the Turks and the Russian Federation-and the cream themselves reap)
            1. Andrey.AN 23 February 2020 17: 00 New
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              What kind of cream do they have all the cream because their foreign bases allow them to exert any influence on the leadership of the countries, so that they do all the good things through American banks, lowering these bases and places of basing will get urine instead of cream, they will try to prevent this.
              1. Misha Honest 23 February 2020 17: 05 New
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                Quote: Andrey.AN
                What kind of cream do they have all the cream because their foreign bases allow them to exert any influence on the leadership of the countries, so that they do all the good things through American banks, lowering these grooves and places of basing will receive urine instead of cream, they will try to prevent this.

                One to the other is not Meshatt)))
                1. Andrey.AN 23 February 2020 17: 07 New
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                  For the time being, the period is now dangerous for everyone.
          2. Azis 23 February 2020 17: 59 New
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            in the interests of the United States to keep in Turkey ... base
            Amid the confrontation between Turkey and Russia, it is much easier not only to maintain, but also to expand the American presence in Turkey. Here another question arises - about the advisability of having such an international institution as the UN, because the Turks no longer use the argument against terrorism, but specifically oppose the Syrian government and occupy the territory at least nominally, but of a sovereign country.
        2. Lelek 23 February 2020 18: 19 New
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          Quote: Misha Honest
          And besides, pushing the Ottomans and the Russian Federation is in the interests of the United States.

          hi
          In the United States itself, there is no consensus on behavior regarding Syria. Probably affect the priority associated with the upcoming elections and politicians do not want to fall into the "trap".

          Russia has one priority - to quickly finish off the barmaley, calmly settle on its bases in Syria and wait for the Turks and the "state alliance" to leave this tormented republic.
        3. 16329 23 February 2020 18: 45 New
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          Do not confuse the Turks and the Ottomans, for the Ottomans - the Turks were something like a derogatory nickname
  3. Mytholog 23 February 2020 15: 54 New
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    Erdogan is now in the role of a bully who is trying to give a classmate into the eye. The trouble is that the elder brother - the boxer takes home a classmate)
    1. Paranoid50 23 February 2020 15: 57 New
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      Quote: Mytholog
      The trouble is that the elder brother - the boxer takes home a classmate)

      Which is also the headmaster of the school. laughing
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    1. 16329 23 February 2020 19: 23 New
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      I wonder what kind of special Chinese technologies are in MLRS systems, the range depends on fuel efficiency, accuracy on the launcher design and missile stabilization system in flight, well, plus there are modern computer systems for automatic aiming by gps, or on external target designation
      Ballistic gunpowder was the fuel for classic cities and hurricanes, with systems with increased range, an engine on STRT was most likely added
      Turkey, by the way, lacks its own production of explosives for ammunition, I think they are not so good with the components of STRT
      By the way, they import explosives, including from Eastern Europe
  5. Masha 23 February 2020 16: 02 New
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    familiar to themselves, they struck at the positions of the SAA, and then tried to snuggle up to the Turkish observation post.

    Like .... I’ll bring my elder brother ...
    1. Uran53 23 February 2020 16: 14 New
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      The main thing is that the elder brother should not be taken to the training camp
      1. Masha 23 February 2020 16: 19 New
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        Roof and tolls ??? recourse
  6. Olya Tsako 23 February 2020 16: 11 New
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    Turkey may soon close the passage to Russian warships through the Bosphorus, wanting to weaken the advance of Bashar al-Assad’s army in Idlib and Aleppo, which largely depends on Russia's large-scale support in the form of providing the advancing troops with arms, equipment and ammunition.
    And what can Russia do, in this case, with its sculpted Turkish brother?
    1. Andrey.AN 23 February 2020 16: 19 New
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      Yeah, tell me, he’ll start to drown, then they will surely make Georgia out of it, leaving it without a fleet and aircraft for a week, and then they will allow me to open the Bosphorus.
      1. Dude 23 February 2020 17: 15 New
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        Quote: Andrey.AN
        Yeah, tell me, he’ll start to drown, then they will surely make Georgia out of it, leaving it without a fleet and aircraft for a week, and then they will allow me to open the Bosphorus.

        Optimism is, of course, good, but comparing Turkey with Georgia is simply stupid. The Turkish army is one of the most combat-ready in the region. Both the fleet and aviation are by no means toy, and, on this theater, they will feel very confident.
        So, I wouldn’t give out such bravura reports.
        1. Andrey.AN 23 February 2020 17: 20 New
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          where does the bravado, a simple calculation, the RCC of the Russian Federation as dirt, better than Turkey, the Turkish fleet will sink immediately. The S-400 with Khmeimim, the cruiser from Tartus and the cruiser from Sevastopol, will land enemy aircraft with their own air defense systems, then it will be slammed, utilizing the outdated X-95s from the TU-55.
          1. Dude 23 February 2020 17: 59 New
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            Quote: Andrey.AN
            where does the bravado, a simple calculation, the RCC of the Russian Federation as dirt, better than Turkey, the Turkish fleet will sink immediately. The S-400 with Khmeimim, the cruiser from Tartus and the cruiser from Sevastopol, will land enemy aircraft with their own air defense systems, then it will be slammed, utilizing the outdated X-95s from the TU-55.

            Enchantingly wassat!!
            Where are you now 2 RRC there you will find? Yes, even if they were, they would "plant" 2 anti-aircraft cruisersall Turkish Air Force ?! laughing good No, I can’t even comment on it. lol
            Okay, today you can feel it - a holiday, after all! drinks
            Happy Soviet Army and Navy Day!
    2. Lopatov 23 February 2020 16: 21 New
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      Quote: Olya Tsako
      Turkey may soon close the passage to Russian warships through the Bosphorus

      No, it can not.
      Maintaining the current straits regime for Turkey is much more important than Syria.
    3. Salty 23 February 2020 16: 23 New
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      Quote: Olya Tsako
      And what can Russia do, in this case, with its sculpted Turkish brother?

      Turn off the gas, stop work at the nuclear power plant. Mentioned only the simplest to understand.
      1. Olya Tsako 23 February 2020 16: 30 New
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        . "He brought only the simplest to understand," it doesn’t reach some that both the South Stream and the construction of a nuclear power plant, and the supply of S-400 batteries and much more GIFT from Turkey. Those. given and built on credit at the expense of the budget of the Russian Federation, and Erdogan does not think to pay, creating a military conflict out of the blue. And I never thought to pay these billions.
        He circled the "elder of World politics" as a green youth, stuffing Engerlik with NATO nuclear weapons with nuclear bombs ..
        Ottoman Schuller.
        1. Salty 23 February 2020 16: 32 New
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          Quote: Olya Tsako
          it doesn’t reach some that both South Stream

          Without gas, they are useless. Both. If some people don’t even understand this, then here I am powerless ...
        2. Masha 23 February 2020 16: 38 New
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          some people don’t even realize that both the South Stream and the construction of nuclear power plants, and the supply of S-400 batteries and much more

          Sorry ... but it doesn’t reach some, chio kranchik in my hands
          "green youth", as you put it ...
          1. Olya Tsako 23 February 2020 16: 50 New
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            Saw your faucet for surrender to Chermet. Erdogan already receives excess gas from Israel (from Leviathan) and from Azerbaijan, and from the South Stream, in the conditions of this winter, our gases broke off to him in one place.
            1. Salty 23 February 2020 16: 57 New
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              Quote: Olya Tsako
              Erdogan already receives excess gas from Israel (from Leviathan) and from Azerbaijan

              I believe. About Israel - I especially believe. Are you broadcasting from there? ;)
            2. Masha 23 February 2020 17: 06 New
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              Saw your faucet for surrender to Chermet

              Their pipes, Olya, saw, Olya, saw! wink
              1. Olya Tsako 23 February 2020 17: 13 New
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                Recep Tayyip Erdogan left Gazprom with a nose: for the first time in 13 years, Turkey left Gazprom's top three largest foreign buyers. Now Germany, Italy and Austria are ahead, although the economy of the latter is half the size of Turkey.


                Moreover, the Turks do not sit without gas. Simply, finally, the TAP gas pipeline was launched, through which gas from the Shah Deniz field in the Caspian Sea goes to Turkish Erzurum, and from there to Greece. This pipe allowed Turkey to immediately increase import from Azerbaijan by 1,9 billion cubic meters (by 29%).
                Plus, Turkey increased its supply of liquefied natural gas. For 11 months of 2019, they amounted to 10,9 billion cubic meters, and for 12 months they can grow to a minimum of 12 billion cubic meters. This is 7% more than in 2018.

                The list of LNG suppliers is noteworthy. These are the USA (980 million cubic meters), Algeria (5,068 billion cubic meters), Qatar (1,93 billion), Nigeria (2,13 billion). Episodic LNG shipments also came from Equatorial Guinea, Egypt, Trinidad and Tobago, Norway, and even France, EPDK reports. But the products of the Russian NOVATEK are not in this list.

                We can say that Erdogan acts in his own corporate manner. When he needs to, the Kremlin assures him of friendship, but on occasion does not miss the opportunity to hit a “Russian friend” in the back.
                Here it is, Frosya, or Masha.
                1. Masha 23 February 2020 17: 16 New
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                  Most not funny ?????
                  Frosya ???
                  1. Mouse 23 February 2020 17: 36 New
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                    It’s funny, slippers! laughing
                    1. LMN
                      LMN 23 February 2020 22: 58 New
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                      Quote: Mouse
                      It’s funny, slippers! laughing

                      Laughs slippers lol
                      It rains here, you never dreamed of. Rain and wind. Hurricane.
                      1. Mouse 24 February 2020 09: 03 New
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                        we have snow snowball ... white snowstorm ... hi
                        when is it already growing?
                      2. ul_vitalii 26 February 2020 18: 59 New
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                        We have rain in the Volga region, mixed with rain and frost up to -8, fishing shlecht, especially in the famous wintering pits. Hi Maxim. smile
                      3. LMN
                        LMN 26 February 2020 19: 23 New
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                        Quote: ul_vitalii
                        We have rain in the Volga region, mixed with rain and frost up to -8, fishing shlecht, especially in the famous wintering pits. Hi Maxim. smile

                        Hi Vitaliy!
                        Apparently the same g .... like mine laughing
                      4. ul_vitalii 26 February 2020 19: 40 New
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                        Hello Maxim hi It’s easier for you, in terms of our Russian acumen. And we, came, threw it, did not catch request Very bad, my family loved me with a frying pan chasing me for allegedly spent gas. belay
                      5. LMN
                        LMN 26 February 2020 20: 56 New
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                        Quote: ul_vitalii
                        Hello Maxim hi It’s easier for you, in terms of our Russian acumen. And we, came, threw it, did not catch request Very bad, my family loved me with a frying pan chasing me for allegedly spent gas. belay

                        Okay. When I was a goldfinch, we went with one gun for 4 x (in the Yamal Peninsula). And the owner of the gun was scolded for spent cartridges. One duck for a cartridge was not quoted. Two pieces per shot (they line up), this norm.
                        Let the tea go drink! drinks
  7. Lopatov 23 February 2020 17: 21 New
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    Quote: Olya Tsako
    GIFTed from Turkey. Those. given and built on credit due to the budget of the Russian Federation

    So donated or "on credit"?
  8. Serg89 23 February 2020 17: 53 New
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    How do people knit “donated on credit”, if not at the expense of the budget of the Russian Federation, then it is possible at the expense of a private bank, which in turn will take a loan from the Central Bank, which ultimately leads to the fact that the money works even at 0,5% and they are mastered by production (zp, materials, contractors), i.e. a loan and a gift - nonsense, God forbid, all enemies of 100 su 57 will take a loan at 0,5% from the Central Bank (private) or state capsule, then we will raise aviation for the country so that PPC ...
  9. Paranoid50 23 February 2020 18: 09 New
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    Quote: Olya Tsako
    GIFTed from Turkey. Those. given and built on credit at the expense of the budget of the Russian Federation,

    laughing laughing laughing Ma'am, drop it - it’s not yours, definitely, aha. There seems to be a thought, but it blows somewhere to the side. yes
  • FORCE 38GB 23 February 2020 16: 34 New
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    Change the training manual .. Deprecated already. And change the avatar! It’s shit to see the Flag of the Russian Federation against the background of your gossip comments .. And now I will explain to the amateur: closing the straits for the passage of ships and ships of the Russian Federation will be a declaration of war !!! And those declaring war against us, the Russians ... will envy the dead ...
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      It (the war) has been going on for a long time, then the plane will be shot down, then an armored personnel carrier with specialists will explode, then the IL-14 will be shot down .........
      All Hawai. Only Russian peasants are ever fewer, some keyboard warriors of half the world with moronic advice and great-power commanders on unique ceramic pots cracked from a strain.
      6 years we can’t defeat the mystical goat Ukrainian army .......
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        Quote: Olya Tsako
        one keyboard warriors of half the world with moronic tips

        Self-criticism is good. We love self-criticism.
      2. FORCE 38GB 23 February 2020 16: 57 New
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        But we do not need to win the Ukrainian army !!! Ukraine is part of the Union, just like Belarus! We are all one State !!! A bandera omitted will be outweighed and shot. Do not worry. And do not have a bunch of neoplasms, princes and kings ... You just need to unite !!!! That's all!
      3. Nikolai Grek 27 February 2020 01: 50 New
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        Quote: Olya Tsako
        It (the war) has been going on for a long time, then the plane will be shot down, then an armored personnel carrier with specialists will explode, then the IL-14 will be shot down .........
        All Hawai. Only Russian peasants are ever fewer, some keyboard warriors of half the world with moronic advice and great-power commanders on unique ceramic pots cracked from a strain.
        6 years we can’t defeat the mystical goat Ukrainian army .......

        judging by your comments, you are from that same hohloarmiya !!! wassat laughing
  • Nyrobsky 23 February 2020 21: 58 New
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    Quote: Olya Tsako
    Turkey may soon close the passage to Russian warships through the Bosphorus, wanting to weaken the advance of Bashar al-Assad’s army in Idlib and Aleppo, which largely depends on Russia's large-scale support in the form of providing the advancing troops with arms, equipment and ammunition.

    The fact is that it cannot. Under an international treaty on the use of the strait, Turkey can close the strait for a country only if it is at war with it. While we are not at war with her, there is no reason to limit the passage of our convoys.
    Quote: Olya Tsako
    And what can Russia do, in this case, with its sculpted Turkish brother?
    Even if this happens, the supply will go through the territory of Iran and Iraq, and this will take some time to change the transport logistics itself for navigating ships through Gibraltar and delivering them by military transport aircraft. This is of course time, but by no means a hopeless situation. hi
  • Grits 23 February 2020 16: 11 New
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    Something did not find these settlements on the map. And the article says nothing in which place ...
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    So I can’t understand why we, on the one hand, in fact entered into direct hostilities with Turkey (that is, they are our opponents), and on the other, our “patriots” buy tickets to Turkey, we are building nuclear plants, they have problems with gas we decide. Or politics by politics, and money by money?
    1. FORCE 38GB 23 February 2020 16: 41 New
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      Yes, let them buy tickets !!! Then piss off! If you don’t rest in your native Russia, and are ready to take risks .. And for Pipe, NPP, and S-400 there is indeed a paradox ... See "Business, and nothing personal", and ... "money does not smell" ... Apparently Unfortunately, the majority of our country's businessmen have personal wealth and investments abroad - more important than the borders of their homeland !!!
      1. Salty 23 February 2020 16: 52 New
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        Quote: FORCE 38RUS
        beyond the Pipe, nuclear power plant, and S-400 is indeed a paradox ...

        What did you see the paradox of? All of them are governing bodies of the Sultan. If you’re a good child, you will have gas in the pipe, and the nuclear power plant over time, and the S-400, so that Trump will toss and turn at night. If you don’t, you’ll be sorry, there will be an empty pipe (without gas), there will simply be no nuclear power plant, and the S-400 also requires maintenance / preventive maintenance ... or anything else.
        1. FORCE 38GB 23 February 2020 17: 05 New
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          If the PIPE would be a decision, we would have already "bought up Ukraine for a long time .." And they told us ... the courts ... claims .. payments ... TOTAL WE: WITH OWN gas flowing through OUR pipe (albeit through someone else's state -you, paid for transit), we remain and MUST !!!! Through all sorts of The Hague and Stockholm .. Therefore .. PIPE is not an option .. I'm afraid to even think about nuclear power plants ... Not
          God forbid, what happens ... They hang everything on Russia .. From builders to adjusters ....
          1. Salty 23 February 2020 17: 11 New
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            Quote: FORCE 38RUS
            they are us ... courts ... claims .. payments ...

            The case with Ukraine is similar to the case with Turkey with only one thing: there is a gas pipe both there and there. Everything else is very different there.

            Quote: FORCE 38RUS
            I'm afraid to even think about nuclear power plants ...

            Do not think, do not. Everything will be good.
            1. FORCE 38GB 23 February 2020 17: 15 New
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              Plus you + :) But still, this is a difficult chess game .....
            2. Mouse 23 February 2020 21: 17 New
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              Everything else is very different there.

              On the edge ... rusted ... wink
              One has, the other teases ... that's the whole difference ...
    2. flicker 23 February 2020 21: 24 New
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      So I can’t understand why we, on the one hand, in fact entered into direct hostilities with Turkey (i.e. they are our opponents)

      Therefore, you cannot understand that “in fact” we did NOT engage in direct military operations with Turkey, as indeed they are with us.
  • Mouse 23 February 2020 16: 31 New
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    The Turkish column tried to enter the Shir-Mgaar, but in the end the Turks had to abandon these plans, and the column returned to its original position.

    No entry!
    1. DMB 75 23 February 2020 18: 25 New
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      They have nothing to do there. Nobody called them there.
  • Livonetc 23 February 2020 17: 18 New
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    Quote: Olya Tsako
    Turkey may soon close the passage to Russian warships through the Bosphorus, wanting to weaken the advance of Bashar al-Assad’s army in Idlib and Aleppo, which largely depends on Russia's large-scale support in the form of providing the advancing troops with arms, equipment and ammunition.
    And what can Russia do, in this case, with its sculpted Turkish brother?

    Same as Ukrainian.
    Destroy without entering into direct confiscation.
    So, as in the Donbass ruins destroyed forces.
    The Russian Federation is not a party to the conflict either in the Donbass or in Syria.
    However, it is a clear guarantee of stabilization.
    Well, Turkey is a more real state entity than Krajina.
    It will come to them sooner.
  • Chingachguk 23 February 2020 17: 21 New
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    Well, what is asked to wander in columns in a foreign territory? The Turk thought that they would meet him with pies?
  • SanSanych Gusev 23 February 2020 17: 51 New
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    As Levitan is missing the Sovinformburo, Toli was, Toli is not one mystery.
  • cniza 23 February 2020 18: 14 New
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    A few hours later, Interfax, citing an unnamed source, published material saying: The Russian Aerospace Forces have nothing to do with the fact that the Turkish military convoy was stopped.


    Of course it doesn’t ...
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    KLV 23 February 2020 20: 28 New
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    Why is there a black rectangle instead of video? And not for the first time already in VO.
  • serzh.kost 23 February 2020 20: 39 New
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    Today, barmaley also ironed normally wink We are waiting for the advance of the SAA in southern Idlib. good luck and as little as possible losses. Work, brothers! soldier
  • Klingon 23 February 2020 20: 43 New
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    Well, why was this video about anything inserted? without explanation, just a selfie video is not clear who
  • Pandiurin 23 February 2020 22: 30 New
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    Quote: Dmitry Donskoy
    I have a feeling that Erdogan and Putin are playing by the rules agreed upon in Sochi ... hi

    It is not possible to somehow logically understand the situation.
    Turkey is taking steps that are more and more likely to lead to explosive escalation in Syria, which is very dangerous.
    Of course, we are not aware of all the agreements, but most likely we just need to make a correction for the inadequacy of Erdogan + his ideas about the neo-Turkish exposition in the region.
    Most likely, when Erdogan agreed, he assumed that time would play for him in Idlib.
    It will be possible to freeze the situation with zones of influence and consolidate pro-Turkish influence in a few years, and then, over time, fix the situation upon
    like now with turkish cyprus.
    So yes, secret agreements were but only in fantasies in the head of a Turk.
  • nirokok 24 February 2020 02: 57 New
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    Turks, we had your mouth, and we will continue to have neither Karlov nor SU 24, we will not forget ...
  • Range 25 February 2020 11: 41 New
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    Turkey is not a schmolg, so it wasn’t.
  • Morgan 25 February 2020 12: 45 New
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    “According to unconfirmed reports”, “Officially hasn’t received”, probably, maybe - another article about nothing for “Hurray of patriots”.