Syria, March 2: success accompanies Assad troops in Idlib

Syria, March 2: success accompanies Assad troops in Idlib

In Syria, a fierce confrontation continues between parts of the Syrian Arab army and radical armed groups supported by Turkey. While success accompanies the government forces of Bashar al-Assad, but Turkey is also transferring additional forces to the north of Syria.


By the afternoon of March 2, 2020, the Syrian Arab army again managed to regain control of the city of Serakib. Last week, militants were able to recapture the areas of this strategically important settlement, but now government forces were again able to drive the militants out of the city. CAA soldiers combed Serakib to eliminate possible hotbeds of resistance before the enemy tried to launch a counterattack.

Currently, the Syrian Arab army continues to deploy additional forces to the south of Idlib province. The need for their transfer is due to increased attacks by militants and attacks from Turkish unmanned aerial vehicles.



Meanwhile, in the Jabal al-Zawiya region, luck, on the contrary, accompanies pro-Turkish formations. They managed to capture several settlements in the vicinity of the city of Kafr Nabl, while the offensive continues in the east of Idlib governorate.

In the north-west of Syria, Turkish drones attacked the positions of government troops in the governorates of Aleppo, Hama and Idlib. The targets for Turkish UAVs were military convoys and defensive positions of the Syrian Arab army. Since Syria has closed airspace, Turkey is actively using drones to attack Syrian targets. It is known that Turkish UAVs strike even at single objects of the Syrian government forces, up to separately moving cars and motorcycles.

The Russian Ministry of Defense, meanwhile, continues to record ceasefire violations in Syria. Over the last day of such violations, the Russian military counted 31. This is almost twice as much as the number of violations recorded by Turkey. So, according to Ankara, there were only 16 ceasefire violations in the provinces of Aleppo, Hama and Idlib.

In other provinces of Syria, where the situation is under the control of government forces, mine clearance work is ongoing. Syrian media write about the return of more than 700 refugees from neighboring Lebanon within XNUMX hours. But these figures, of course, are not comparable with the number of refugees leaving the Idlib conflict zone and heading to the Turkish border.

Thus, the situation in Idlib remains extremely tense. Turkey and Russia remain one step away from entering into an open military conflict on Syrian territory, while both Moscow and Ankara currently deny the likelihood of such a conflict at the highest state level, but the Russian and especially Turkish press are full of warlike headlines. Perhaps the key to resolving the situation in Idlib will be found on March 5 during the upcoming meeting between Presidents Vladimir Putin and Recep Erdogan.
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  1. Mavrikiy 2 March 2020 13: 21 New
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    Syria, March 2: success accompanies Assad troops in Idlib
    Lucky one who is lucky. request
    1. Orel 2 March 2020 13: 23 New
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      This is how Russia and Turkey are preparing for negotiations simply, everything will be decided there whether or not there will be a large-scale Turkish invasion, while Syria can drive the bearded, but it will be difficult to deal with the regular drill army of Turkey
      1. Chingachguk 2 March 2020 23: 14 New
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        Well, if the Turks openly trample, then I think Russia will rise to its full height, and then what? Again, the most beautiful in NATO will poke? The combat power of Russia is no longer what it used to be, the sultan’s ears will be cut off quickly if necessary .....
        1. Orel 3 March 2020 04: 14 New
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          Quote: Chingachguk
          Well, if the Turks openly trample, then I think Russia will rise to its full height, and then what? Again, the most beautiful in NATO will poke?


          Far, it won’t work, Turkey is near, we cannot close all of Syria with our troops
          1. Chingachguk 3 March 2020 19: 26 New
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            Well, let's see what happens next ..... The Turk is already tearing his hair ..... What did he achieve in Syria? Sorokovnik his blindman got hold of, and as many cripples? And how long will it be until victory? Does she even wake up? And people are dying, the holiday season, almost poher, already specifically quarreled with Iran after hitting them in Syria, Iran said --- we are not Assad, we will not listen to Russia, we will return, it will not seem enough. In Libya, too, received it already. Where is his victory? What can he be proud of? How much can he hold on to this? Only squeals and runs like a hysterical one in NATO, then in Putin, then in Putin, then again in NATO .... What a nightmare !!!! One gonar and vseeeeeee .. sense ----- zero. And as soon as he lies down again under the United States, so let him collect money, he won’t survive the second coup if Russia doesn’t help again ..... Too many law enforcement officers have offended his ...... This will come to him ......
    2. Mar.Tirah 2 March 2020 13: 27 New
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      Quote: Mavrikiy
      Lucky one who is lucky.

      We need to proceed from where the trouble came to Syria. And it came from Turkey in 2014. And for me it’s not clear how we are going to help Syria while flirting with the main threat, ISIS is the consequences?
      1. max702 2 March 2020 16: 40 New
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        Quote: Mar. Tira
        Quote: Mavrikiy
        Lucky one who is lucky.

        We need to proceed from where the trouble came to Syria. And it came from Turkey in 2014. And for me it’s not clear how we are going to help Syria while flirting with the main threat, ISIS is the consequences?

        She came from Israel and the United States .. Turks only laying in their plans, like the rest of the region ..
        1. Roman1970_1 2 March 2020 17: 09 New
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          Well done, Israel somehow stuck sideways.
          Or maybe Assad called for himself trouble?
          1. max702 2 March 2020 17: 15 New
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            Quote: Roman1970_1
            Well done, Israel somehow stuck sideways.
            Or maybe Assad called for himself trouble?

            So Israel organized the whole Sabbath there! The whole Arab spring is the work of Israel in order to completely weaken the states of the region and thereby reduce its threat to zero .. The USA, for example, is trying to do something similar with the whole world ... So that everything is in ruin and shit, and they are a shining city on a hill ..
  2. Livonetc 2 March 2020 13: 23 New
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    Thus, the situation in Idlib remains extremely tense. Turkey and Russia remain one step away from entering into open military conflict on Syrian territory

    Here is the Sultan and flies to Moscow.
    In the meantime, the Turkish army is fulfilling its order to get as many “trump cards” as possible for the upcoming negotiating party.
    1. Terenin 2 March 2020 13: 45 New
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      Quote: Livonetc
      Thus, the situation in Idlib remains extremely tense. Turkey and Russia remain one step away from entering into open military conflict on Syrian territory

      Here is the Sultan and flies to Moscow.
      In the meantime, the Turkish army is fulfilling its order to get as many “trump cards” as possible for the upcoming negotiating party.

      Well, that's it request Erdogan has already laid out all his “trump cards” (having openly spoken on the side of the terrorists and opened the gates to refugees).
      The blow, of course, is not weak, but who said that Turkey is a weak “opponent” !?
      On the other hand, you become strong when you play with a strong enemy.
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    1. Threaded screw 2 March 2020 13: 30 New
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      Boy, here are adults, serious tricks, go play somewhere else.
      1. Incvizitor 2 March 2020 13: 45 New
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        Let him sit here, he's funny.
      2. Evdokim 2 March 2020 13: 50 New
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        Quote: Threaded Screw
        Boy, here are adults, serious tricks, go play somewhere else.

        GGC1 which kindergarten are you from? Rally against their educators. fool
        1. kot28.ru 2 March 2020 14: 14 New
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          this is another ukrobotyar hi
    2. MKPU-115 2 March 2020 14: 26 New
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      Quote: GGC1
      there are just local miners, militia shepherds digging weapons in local wells and in the desert.

      Victor GGC1,
      remove the pan.
      1. Nyrobsky 2 March 2020 19: 49 New
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        Quote: MKPU-115
        Quote: GGC1
        there are just local miners, militia shepherds digging weapons in local wells and in the desert.

        Victor GGC1, take off the pan.
        He can’t, he was glued to him with adhesive “second”. If you shoot, then only with your head.
    3. Sergey M. Karasev 2 March 2020 17: 12 New
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      GGC1 (Victor Vladimirovich) Today, 13:24 NEW

      It’s necessary to understand that all tremors are polished, the tile sparkles, you can climb the net wassat
  4. Chaldon48 2 March 2020 13: 28 New
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    The cycle of military successes and failures Idlib became like a Trishkin caftan.
    1. Romario_Argo 2 March 2020 13: 42 New
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      similar to trishkin kaftan

      too many questions
      By the way, shot down 2 Su-24s, arrived from the Russian Federation a week before
      therefore it is a question whether they are Syrian or still Russian (?)
      It seems strange that shot down from MANPADS. stood on them the SVP Hephaestus system or not (?)
      if not, i.e. they were specially substituted immediately by 2 under the MANPADS fire, in height below 3 km (?)
      or were they initially charged with remote piloting equipment (?)
      and the bailout was also fake (?)
      only these are my guesses
      but a good reason sucked out of the air - needed as air (!)
      and to shut up the Turks - you can always admit that our pilots were there (!)
      + fake shelling of CAA positions (?)
      4 days there was a feeling that the army left the front by 5 km
      maybe it's joint scenery RF, Turkey, Iran and Syria (?)
      1. divanka2021 2 March 2020 17: 08 New
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        it’s normal that way it always works in our country, tzar does something with the Politburo there silently, and people only speculate in the kitchens
        1. Romario_Argo 3 March 2020 19: 26 New
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          I see the statistics and contingent of VO: 20 (-), 4 (+)
          20 - either white or only black, step in the direction of the execution (-) negative
          4 - own non-standard non-linear thinking - in short they know how to THINK (!) drinks
      2. Roman1970_1 2 March 2020 17: 13 New
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        The Turkish Armed Forces since the start of the Spring Shield operation have already neutralized 2 militants of the Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad’s government forces.
        This was announced on Monday, March 2, Turkish Minister of Defense Hulusi Akar, reports the Anadolu news agency.
        "In Syria, 2 aircraft, 8 helicopters, 2 UAVs were shot down, 135 tanks, as well as 5 air defense systems, were destroyed," Akar said.
  5. Vladimir Mashkov 2 March 2020 13: 32 New
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    We wish the SAA to gain a foothold in Serakib and successful actions in the south until the control of the M4 !!!
    1. McDonnell Douglas 2 March 2020 14: 57 New
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      I realized how in a year to become a junior lieutenant in VO - you just need to wish everyone good luck. Just give your below through one last comment:

      - Yes, unpleasant. But no need to shout "Everything is gone!" Remember Palmyra: there were swings too. But who now has Palmyra? And to all OUR - good luck !!!

      -The most difficult situation: you can’t fight with Erdogan, and you can’t give him Idlib! One thing is clear: this time Idlib will not be completely liberated. It would be nice to return the Seraciban denouement ... Success and good luck!

      - The situation is complicated, but - in general - successful. OUR success and good luck!

      - The fact that war has not been declared is good. But you need to return Sarakib and take the M4 highway! Success and good luck!

      - Well: they’re knocking down! And someone here hysteria that Turkish drones UNPUNISHED piracy over Idlib! The fact that there is a HEAVY struggle with the "Sadiks" supported by the Turks - yes. Good luck and success OUR!

      - Good post! We wish CAA development of the offensive, success and good luck!

      Nothing personal, just as I won’t get here on you, so good luck ...
      1. Sergey M. Karasev 2 March 2020 17: 16 New
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        Nothing personal, just as I won’t get here on you, so good luck ...

        Is it possible for OUR to wish defeat ??? fool stop
        1. McDonnell Douglas 2 March 2020 21: 03 New
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          Man earned authority here, it hurts to neglect the right, not for smart reasoning, but just stupidly wishing good luck.
          And here there are a lot of those who made a career, there are even marshals;)
          1. Sergey M. Karasev 3 March 2020 01: 44 New
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            Are you registered for the sake of a career in VO?
            Man earned authority here, it hurts to neglect the right, not for smart reasoning, but just stupidly wishing good luck.

            And you have this person look at all his comments. Surely there are not only good luck wishes.
  6. rudolff 2 March 2020 13: 39 New
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    Turks not only hit individual cars, but also only a few people in groups of people. Creepy frames. And the accuracy of the hits is surprising, literally at a peg. That this is not a fake and Poddubny confirms that moving around open space has become mortally dangerous and regardless of the time of day. It seems that we underestimated the threat from the UAV and the ability of the Turks to use them effectively.
    1. maidan.izrailovich 2 March 2020 13: 45 New
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      It seems that we underestimated the threat from the UAV and the ability of the Turks to use them effectively.

      It can be American UAVs.
      1. ultra 2 March 2020 14: 03 New
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        They had only 4 "predators" in stock and I doubt that the Americans would allow them to be used in Syria.
        1. Ovrag 2 March 2020 17: 25 New
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          Must be divided. There are shock UAVs. They are large, expensive and conspicuous. And there are UAVs that are used to adjust (highlight) guided artillery supplies. They are small. Inexpensive. And their wazoo. Most of these point strikes are the second type of UAV.
          1. ultra 2 March 2020 17: 47 New
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            So divide. Do you even see what they show and what they write about now who are in the conflict zone?
            1. Ovrag 2 March 2020 17: 53 New
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              I watched all the vidosiki. And there I do not see rocket attacks from the word at all. I see continuous strikes there with adjustable artillery ammunition.
    2. Livonetc 2 March 2020 13: 46 New
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      Now I want to believe that they appreciated and conclusions will be drawn.
      And at the moment, the VKS began jamming drones.
      1. KURT330 2 March 2020 16: 40 New
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        Throughout all this time, Turkish troops actively used Bayraktar TB2 percussion in the province of Idlib, not only for delivering direct strikes against concentrations of manpower and equipment, but also for targeting.

        At the time of active hostilities in Libya and the Idlib province in Syria, the Turkish army was armed with, according to open sources, 104 shock Bayraktar TB2. During the hostilities in Libya and Syria, about 10 drones of this type were lost. In turn, thanks to them, dozens of pieces of equipment and manpower were destroyed, which demonstrates the extremely high efficiency of using these devices in conditions of not only an abundant presence of MANPADS from the enemy, but also full-fledged air defense systems and electronic warfare.

        By the way, the Syrian and Russian electronic warfare on Bayraktar TB2 almost no effect. This is due to the fact that UAV data uses three control channels: C-Band, in the range from 3 to 8 GHz; UHF channel in the range of 400-470 MHz, transmitting UAV coordinates with centimeter accuracy; GPS channel. And it was precisely in the combat use mode that the UAV data was not in the automated, but in the manual mode through the C-band channel, which systems that are in service with the Syrian army and the Russian Federation cannot timely detect and suppress.

        Thus, the Bayraktar TB2 UAV showed high reliability and resistance to EW interference from a potential enemy. But that is not all.

        Thanks to materials published by the Turkish side on successful striking at accumulations of equipment and manpower of the SAA, Bashar al-Assad, we can conclude that Bayraktar TB2 used in almost all cases a semi-active laser guidance system, which is extremely accurate.

        Thus, in conditions of a serious saturation of the Idlib province with enemy MANPADS and SAM systems, the Bayraktar TB2 light strike UAVs arranged the Syrian military “dancing on the coals” not only hitting the targets with the ammunition at their disposal, but also providing the troops with coordinates for placing the enemy and aiming at the target.

        In fact, at present, while the use of Turkish Air Force aircraft in Idlib is extremely dangerous and undesirable, it is the small Bayraktar TB2 that have "decided" in many ways.
        1. divanka2021 2 March 2020 17: 11 New
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          a cloud of small drones is still rubbish, some ten years already in the well-known countries of development there are nanobots
        2. ABM
          ABM 2 March 2020 19: 23 New
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          only now the "completely defeated" UAVs of the Turks of the Syrian division (25 SPN Tigers and the 4th Panzer) easily throw the barmaley out of Sarakeb. Either the Turks lie about the "demoralization" of Assad’s troops, or simply their own barmaleis are demoralized / disposed of
    3. ultra 2 March 2020 13: 58 New
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      Quote: rudolff
      we underestimated the threat from the UAV and the ability of the Turks to use them effectively.

      UAVs are "effective" only in the complete absence of military air defense. When the Syrians more or less recovered, then immediately the UAV losses became catastrophic for Turkey. 6 lost out of 12, this is a lot.
      1. Ovrag 2 March 2020 17: 27 New
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        And where are the rest 98 delhi?
        1. ultra 2 March 2020 17: 45 New
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          What are 98 ??? The contract of 2013 for 10 units of Anka UAVs. 4 more predators are there. Everything else is reconnaissance. Bayraktar TB2, with a loading capacity of 50 kg, is left out of brackets.
          1. Ovrag 2 March 2020 17: 52 New
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            Captain Evidence sends his regards. And he reports that the main means of guidance and reconnaissance are those same Bayraktar TB2 - which carry out guided munitions, from the frames of which we see the very wonderful accuracy to a few meters.
            Therefore, the sense is from these 6. When the main means of guidance and adjustment is still almost a hundred.
            1. ultra 2 March 2020 17: 56 New
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              Any more or less adequate army air defense will carry out these slow-moving UAVs during the day. It's just slow-moving, low-maneuverable low-flying targets and that's it. The torus division will zero them out in an hour.
              1. Ovrag 2 March 2020 17: 59 New
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                The problem is that they are extremely subtle. Their EPR is negligible. Their thermal footprint is also negligible. They operate mainly at night and from low altitudes.
                If there were opportunities to nullify. Long ago would be nullified. And so this is still a raven hunt.
                1. ultra 2 March 2020 18: 01 New
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                  Quote: Ovrag
                  The problem is that they are extremely subtle. Their EPR is negligible.

                  Yes, you sho? wassat
                  1. Ovrag 2 March 2020 18: 11 New
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                    Nowhere is his EPR officially published. Not with us. Not with them. But it is clearly several times smaller than any modern combat aircraft / helicopter. It is corny due to the fact that it is small and partially made of radiolucent materials.
                    This is not a stealth. Nonetheless. To shoot down at night, a slightly invisible small drone having the ability to turn on the radar for literally a few seconds ... You won’t get much.
                    Syria would have a single air defense network. This is another question. Target designation could be issued by stations located far beyond the limits of the destruction of enemy means. But this is not our case. So what not. There is none.
              2. Ovrag 2 March 2020 18: 00 New
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                This despite the fact that the air defense can not work in continuous detection mode. Since this is guaranteed to attract very dangerous and unnecessary attention. They are forced to turn on the complexes literally for a split second. Therefore, to begin with, they must also be visually noticed. Since the Syrian air defense does not have a single information field. And military air defense systems can only rely on themselves.
    4. McDonnell Douglas 2 March 2020 15: 14 New
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      And now, God forbid, imagine a conflict with the Chinese, in whom these drones are stamped by millions
      1. rudolff 2 March 2020 15: 34 New
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        Just don’t try to start counting the shock UAVs that we have in service. And then they will blame for non-patriotism and no wishes of luck will help to grow up to the lieutenant!
      2. ultra 2 March 2020 17: 37 New
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        Why are there millions? Billion! wassat
        1. il-z 2 March 2020 19: 18 New
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          In response to the slogan “Every UA citizen has its own UAV,” I propose a counter, “Every UA citizen has 2 (3, 4, ...) UAVs!”))))
      3. ABM
        ABM 2 March 2020 19: 28 New
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        There can be only one conflict with China - thermonuclear. And drones will burn everything - their electronics are not intended against an electromagnetic pulse. According to our approximate estimates, by the end of the first day of the war we will have a numerical advantage over the Chinese army with approximately the same population, which will allow us to go on the offensive
      4. Okolotochny 2 March 2020 22: 52 New
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        So you can already get ready to surrender and learn Chinese along with the commenter below. Why feel shy?
    5. Grits 2 March 2020 16: 56 New
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      Quote: rudolff
      It seems that we underestimated the threat from the UAV and the ability of the Turks to use them effectively.

      Hastily, you are so ... what I was accused of all mortal sins for such words. From lack of patriotism to aiding the enemy
      1. rudolff 2 March 2020 17: 10 New
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        Similarly. Just not systemically. For one and the same thought, it is plus, then a bag of minuses on the head.
        drinks
        1. Grits 2 March 2020 17: 15 New
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          Quote: rudolff
          Just not systemically. For one and the same thought, it is plus, then a bag of minuses on the head.

          I noticed that over the past few days, passion has heated up to the limit, comments are so sharp and contradictory that they get a bunch of ratings, but completely opposite. This has not happened in VO yet.
          I think that this is normal - truth is born in a dispute. If, this is a real polemic with the mind, and not empty talk and accusations in a childish style.
          1. rudolff 2 March 2020 17: 34 New
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            Yes, the battle on the site to catch up with the Syrian!
            1. il-z 2 March 2020 19: 19 New
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              Downed UAVs are only few)))
  7. tank64rus 2 March 2020 13: 53 New
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    In one day, destroy everything that moves by lifting everything that can fly and shoot, and then talk. Otherwise, they do not understand from the time of A. Suvorov. Read how he offered the Turks conditions for the surrender of Ishmael.
  8. Livonetc 2 March 2020 13: 59 New
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    The guys who took Sarakib.
    1. KURT330 2 March 2020 16: 42 New
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      Well, why lie gentlemen?
      1. Grits 2 March 2020 17: 02 New
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        Quote: KURT330
        Well, why lie gentlemen?

        What a strange map you have ... How can there be a advance of the rebels (blue arrows) from the territories controlled by the SAA?
      2. The Sparkle 2 March 2020 18: 05 New
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        An interesting map, probably so written in a training manual from the "civilized community" - only there foreign terrorists are called "rebels", and the legitimate government is called "regime.")))
  9. aranzon1913 2 March 2020 14: 07 New
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    Syrians need to smash oporniks, columns and places of deployment of the Turks in Idlib What are they waiting for? Turks openly hammer the SAA from the air and artifacts, these are not basmachis, but regular aircraft. Syrians have the right in their territory to respond to aggression. By March 5, the level of losses should be brought to an unacceptable size for the Turks. Then you can talk
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      So this is a war, closing the straits and leaving the Syrian grouping without supplies, while you are at war with Turkey, Syria is lost, and Assad is lucky.
  10. 1536 2 March 2020 14: 59 New
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    But how could it be otherwise? But remember the history of the last 300 years. Russian troops during the Russian Empire triumphantly wage war with Turkey, France, Prussia, etc. And then suddenly from St. Petersburg comes an order to retreat. What, how, why? It turns out the diplomatic interests of the gentlemen ... the British played a role. During the Great Patriotic War, especially at its first stage and during the “radical change” during the hostilities, the British didn’t listen very painfully, so they found themselves suddenly between the Vistula and the Oder, and then took Berlin. But, alas, they failed to finish off the Nazis. They were taken under guardianship all the same Britain and the USA. In the post-war years, the USSR did not conduct open wars, but everything that concerned military-political assistance to the states that were liberating themselves from British colonialism in the 1950-1970s was impossible to stop. By 1975, the United States suffered a crushing defeat in Vietnam. And only since 1985, when the worm of "perestroika" penetrated both the army, diplomacy, and the souls of people, a catastrophe happened, and almost everywhere our troops were withdrawn with such difficulty, with such victims they won those positions that were not won just like that, and so that the country could live and work quietly, and the children think about the future, and not determine by the whistle of shells what kind of weapon they were fired from. It’s probably not worth talking about who did this then, as many still remember that M. Thatcher’s insinuating voice that overlapped the translator’s voice, with which she inspired our “combiner” that everything would be tip-top if he introduced the “new thinking".
    It is hoped that today the scenarios in Syria are analyzed and there will be no stupid "mistakes".
  11. cniza 2 March 2020 15: 25 New
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    Perhaps the key to resolving the situation in Idlib will be found on March 5 during the upcoming meeting between Presidents Vladimir Putin and Recep Erdogan.


    It seems to me that Erdogan is becoming non-negotiable, his ambitions swept the whole mind ...
  12. Vladimir Mashkov 2 March 2020 15: 29 New
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    Quote: McDonnell Douglas
    I realized how in a year to become a junior lieutenant in VO - you just need to wish everyone good luck. Just give your below through one last comment:

    - Yes, unpleasant. But no need to shout "Everything is gone!" Remember Palmyra: there were swings too. But who now has Palmyra? And to all OUR - good luck !!!

    -The most difficult situation: you can’t fight with Erdogan, and you can’t give him Idlib! One thing is clear: this time Idlib will not be completely liberated. It would be nice to return the Seraciban denouement ... Success and good luck!

    - The situation is complicated, but - in general - successful. OUR success and good luck!

    - The fact that war has not been declared is good. But you need to return Sarakib and take the M4 highway! Success and good luck!

    - Well: they’re knocking down! And someone here hysteria that Turkish drones UNPUNISHED piracy over Idlib! The fact that there is a HEAVY struggle with the "Sadiks" supported by the Turks - yes. Good luck and success OUR!

    - Good post! We wish CAA development of the offensive, success and good luck!

    Nothing personal, just as I won’t get here on you, so good luck ...

    Do not be angry and do not envy! I WRITE FROM SINTERLY AND FROM THE SOUL! You, it seems, are NOT capable of this!
    PS I can imagine what kind of breaking you will start when you take a closer look and see that not in a year, but in just 49 days. And today (just don’t explode!), I hope I get a second star - a lieutenant ...
    1. Vladimir Mashkov 2 March 2020 15: 48 New
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      I realized how in a year to become a junior lieutenant in VO - you just need to wish everyone good luck. Just give your below through one last comment:

      - Yes, unpleasant. But no need to shout "Everything is gone!" Remember Palmyra: there were swings too. But who now has Palmyra? And to all OUR - good luck !!!

      -The most difficult situation: you can’t fight with Erdogan, and you can’t give him Idlib! One thing is clear: this time Idlib will not be completely liberated. It would be nice to return the Seraciban denouement ... Success and good luck!

      - The situation is complicated, but - in general - successful. OUR success and good luck!

      - The fact that war has not been declared is good. But you need to return Sarakib and take the M4 highway! Success and good luck!

      - Well: they’re knocking down! And someone here hysteria that Turkish drones UNPUNISHED piracy over Idlib! The fact that there is a HEAVY struggle with the "Sadiks" supported by the Turks - yes. Good luck and success OUR!

      - Good post! We wish CAA development of the offensive, success and good luck!

      Nothing personal, just as I won’t get here on you, so good luck ...

      And also - having looked at your profile - I understood WHO you are (I can’t give an accurate description: strict moderators will immediately ban me for a couple of days). Well, you need to know how to do this: having just registered for a DAY, type a THOUSAND DISLIKES !!! Perhaps you are a champion in negative! I’m sure you won’t be here for a long time. Happy flight, black bird! laughing laughing laughing
      1. dmmyak40 2 March 2020 19: 35 New
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        At 19-35, the tovarisch already had 1689. A man is pulling for a record - do not bother. And the guy was going to success ... wassat
    2. McDonnell Douglas 2 March 2020 16: 22 New
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      I put you a plus sign - my second plus sign.
  13. Livonetc 2 March 2020 16: 05 New
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    Syrian Army retakes the large city of Saraqib after fierce battle
    The Syrian army captures the large city of Sarakib after a fierce battle.
    1. CBR600 2 March 2020 16: 23 New
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      Egor with Petruha! laughing
      ps. I couldn’t resist, our currents can so smile
  14. 501Legion 2 March 2020 16: 14 New
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    the militants will be full of kapzdets, without the support of Turkey, if not for etiu. Syrians would go to their borders and block all traffic from the Sultan
  15. Morgan 2 March 2020 16: 38 New
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    "continue to record violations of the truce" - somewhere I already heard this!
  16. Mar.Tirah 2 March 2020 16: 49 New
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    Quote: Livonetc
    as many "trump cards" to the upcoming negotiating party.

    He had trump cards two days ago. Now the SAA has recovered and began to thickly fertilize the Syrian land with the Turks. One last hit with the POINT is worth it. The corpses and the wounded were taken out all night by helicopters.
    1. KURT330 2 March 2020 18: 15 New
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      Can you ask for a link about the Point and the Turks that turned into fertilizer?
  17. parusnik 2 March 2020 16: 53 New
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    Our "Turkish" friend, will not block the straits for Russian ships and ships of the Navy for an hour? While the court, yes the case, will strike back .. From the point of view of common sense, it will not be solved, it is fraught ... But from our "svi .." eeeeeeeeeee .. "friends" from Turkey you can expect everything ...
  18. Mitroha 2 March 2020 17: 57 New
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    Thus, the situation in Idlib remains extremely tense.

    It’s not necessary to write, but here’s how:
    So the situation in Idlib due to the actions of Turkey remains extremely tense.
  19. Dm_
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    Bayraktar TB2, with a loading capacity of 50 kg we leave out of brackets.


    yeah, leave, leave ... https://twitter.com/i/status/1233305503180214272
  20. AKS-U 3 March 2020 00: 47 New
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    "In Syria, a fierce confrontation between parts of the Syrian Arab army and radical armed groups continues ..."
    "Turkey is transferring additional forces to the north of Syria."
    So who is with whom - Syria and the radicals or Syria and the Turks.
  21. Vasya Pupkin_4 3 March 2020 09: 14 New
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    Until the Turks feel serious losses in their own army, the Turks will not stop ...
  22. Yuri Zubashkov-2 3 March 2020 21: 22 New
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    It is necessary to surround Sarakib with posts of the Russian army and no one will go there anymore and help the SAA to free the M5 highway.