Syria, April 9: militants blocked the road to a Russian patrol in Idlib


The situation in various provinces of Syria remains tense. Regular clashes between the militants themselves added to the constant clashes of radical groups with the Syrian Arab army. In Idlib province, militants did not miss a Russian military patrol.


As you know, the Russian and Turkish military, according to the agreements, patrol sections of the strategic highway M4 in the province of Idlib. But the militants of the Khayyat Tahrir al-Sham organization banned in Russia once again prevented patrolling. Having blocked the highway, they let in only Turkish soldiers, and the Russian military police were denied access. The Russian military did not resort to harsh measures. It is reported by Baladi Network. Official confirmation of the incident has not yet been reported.

Also in Idlib, the construction of observation posts of the Turkish army continues. Another checkpoint was recently erected in the village of Ariha, after which dozens of soldiers of the Turkish armed forces were transferred to the settlement. In total, by now the Turkish army has already built 57 observation posts and, apparently, is not going to stop.

In the meantime, the Syrian Arab army was again forced to fire artillery shells on the positions of the Khayyat Tahrir al-Sham militants. Fire was fired on the fortifications in the area of ​​the villages of Al-Fatyr and Safuhan. Syrian artillery deployed on the outskirts of the city of Maaret al-Numan, thus responded to the firing by the KHT militants of the positions of government troops in the vicinity of the village of Flyifel. In addition to artillery, Syrian Air Force reconnaissance unmanned aerial vehicles also participated in operations against the militants. Also, the Syrian military discovered a cache weaponsused by militants.

In the province of Aleppo, the Turkish army fired on the positions of Kurdish formations in the vicinity of the villages of Umm al-Khash, Ahras, Tal-Karah, Tel-Susan and Ain-Dakna. Fire on the positions of the Syrian democratic forces was also opened in Hasaka province, where in the vicinity of the villages of Tel Tamr and Abu Rasin, the Turkish army and the Syrian National Army, controlled by Ankara, attacked the Kurdish fortifications.

On the border of the provinces of Deir ez-Zor and Raqqa, near the village of Maadan, clashes occurred between Kurdish fighters of the Syrian Democratic Forces and Damascus Shia militias that operate in the area.

Interestingly, clashes between the radical groups themselves are increasingly occurring. In the province of Raqqa, there was a conflict between the militants of the Al-Jabhat al-Shamiya group and the so-called Syrian Free Police. From the "free police" the militants of the "Syrian National Army" demanded to lay down their arms in connection with the crimes committed by the "free police".

In the province of Aleppo, in the village of Nabi Hara, an attempt was made on one of the field commanders of the Jaish al-Nuhba group. Assassinated the life of an influential militant of his "colleague" from the group "Ahrar al-Sham." As it turned out, the two groups did not divide the zones of influence and property taken from local residents.

For the same reason, militants of the Jebhat al-Shamiya and Jaish al-Islam groups in the Ashikibar village entered into a clash in the clash. Here they could not divide the house from which the family of civilians was expelled. In the village of Basut, the conflict broke out already within one group - the “al-Hamza division”. Her militants could not agree among themselves on who would receive the money from control over the supply of smuggled cigarettes to the area.

In the province of Hasaka, militants continue to loot. Thus, members of pro-Turkish groups occupy houses abandoned by civilians in the zone of the operation "Source of Peace" conducted by the Turkish armed forces. For example, the militants Ahrar al-Sharqiya and Al-Jabhat al-Shamiya, numbering about 900 people, arrived in the city of Ras al-Ain, in the northern part of Hasaki province. They occupy the homes of local residents, and settle in houses not only themselves, but also lodge members of their families.

Against this background, it no longer seems surprising that Bassam Sioni, a member of the HTSh shura, resigned from his post. Just yesterday, we reported that the influential field commander Abu Malik at-Talik left the ranks of this group, expressing disagreement with its policy, and now the second notable figure is leaving the KhTS.
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  1. Vasyan1971 April 9 2020 14: 32 New
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    they let in only Turkish troops, and the Russian military police were denied access.

    As I said: the sense of this "patrol"!
    1. Lipchanin April 9 2020 14: 39 New
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      Quote: Vasyan1971

      As I said: the sense of this "patrol"!

      I also said.
      Zaminusovali laughing
      1. Insurgent April 9 2020 14: 51 New
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        the militants of the Khayyat Tahrir al-Sham organization banned in Russia once again prevented patrolling. After blocking the highway, they let in only Turkish troops, and the Russian military police were denied access. The Russian military did not resort to harsh measures

        From the war of liberation for the SAR, from the counter-terrorist operation for the Russian Federation, some kind of booth was made ...

        Quote: Vasyan1971
        As I said: the sense of this "patrol"!


        Quote: Lipchanin
        I also said.
        Zaminusovali


        Now let's see how they kick me for a comment yes
        1. Lipchanin April 9 2020 14: 54 New
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          Quote: Insurgent
          Now let's see how they kick me for a comment

          It does not hurt laughing
          I’m already below minusanuli and I haven’t even lost my appetite laughing
        2. smile April 9 2020 23: 20 New
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          Insurgent
          Basically. I understand your indignation. You have completely substantiated your position.
          But personally, I don’t understand your desire to aggravate the conflict.
          I certainly don't like it either. that the Turks made conclusions from the defeat - a real, but local defeat near Idlib.
          Despite some successes and very serious losses, they lost South Idlib - the agricultural areas that fed this unreleased part of Syria - they could not be completely swept out.
          At this time, the situation is balancing on the verge of a serious war between Syria and Turkey.
          If it does happen, nobody will be better off. Especially Syria. Do you not understand this?
          Yes, I’m far from the idea that Turkey, as some wrote here, is all peramohe .... but in the furnace of this fight. first of all, the population of Syria will go .... and of course, Turkoman, who already have no chance - they will be burned either here or in Libya - they are not needed in Turkey.
          But!
          The fact that they didn’t let our VP in and let the Turks go, and they drove into the hands of both us and the Syrians, when the SAA takes the next blow, Erdogan will be poked in the nose with a bunch of similar violations of the documents signed by him.
          And he is exactly the same as recently - shouting a little ... he will calm down and reconcile ... :))))
          And do not underestimate the moment.
          Personally, I do not see anything extraordinary and pan-specific yet ... and what was not expected by us .... so far all the events play into Syria’s and us’s hands.
          1. Private-K April 9 2020 23: 52 New
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            Yes, just do not care what kind of piece of Syria Turkey cuts itself. In this way, it only bogs deeper and deeper into the swamp of another military conflict on its southern border - they have little Kurdish problem, which they can’t solve ...
            In general, after reformatting the World after the Crown Epidemic, there will be local genocides. And Bl. Vostok is the first in line.
            1. smile April 10 2020 00: 20 New
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              Private-K
              The fact that Turkey is bogged down - yes, it is.
              A piece of Syria for Erdogan - it became too small, which is less than he had originally expected - but it became even worse than a suitcase without a handle - if you drop it, then where to put the cockroaches divorced in the suitcase? :))) What can be done with the multimillion-dollar monetary and many-thousandth human losses?
              Well, as for the rest - I will not answer you - I do not have enough baseline data to draw conclusions about genocides, reformatting of the world and other results of major epidemics.
              Sorry.
          2. Insurgent April 10 2020 08: 11 New
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            Quote: smile
            Insurgent
            Basically. I understand your indignation. You have completely substantiated your position.
            But personally, I don’t understand your desire to aggravate the conflict.


            I’m from the DPR, and I’m looking at what is happening in Syria through the prism of ours. " not that - not this"" Minsk ".

            The same situation is developing in Idlib, with the same "technology" ...

            Such an answer, for you, I hope will be exhaustive,Vladislav ?
    2. smart ass April 10 2020 14: 54 New
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      It's time to call polite people for negotiations
  2. Archivist Vasya April 9 2020 14: 36 New
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    Some garbage doing something worthless! If our patrol cannot be shot even by militants, then there’s no need to do anything there, risking soldiers only and getting into unpleasant situations ...
    1. Lipchanin April 9 2020 14: 40 New
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      Quote: Archivist Vasya
      Some garbage doing something worthless!

      Window dressing that we are with the Turks "peace, friendship, festival"
      1. Cowbra April 9 2020 14: 44 New
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        Yes, no - extra evidence that
        a) Turks and militants on one side of the front, not “observers” at all
        b) Turks are not capable of holding militants within the framework of agreements.
        This is diplomacy, it just doesn’t happen, and the next time Erdogan will ask for something, he will have to answer uncomfortable questions. That is, initially to stand up with the letter Zu in negotiations, which, therefore, will end worse for him.
        At the same time, our soldiers didn’t climb on the rampage - it’s safe
        1. Lipchanin April 9 2020 14: 46 New
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          I'm talking about the idea of ​​"patrolling"
          1. Nyrobsky April 9 2020 21: 43 New
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            Quote: Cowbra
            Yes, no - extra evidence that
            a) Turks and militants on one side of the front, not “observers” at all
            b) Turks are not capable of holding militants within the framework of agreements.
            This is diplomacy, it just doesn’t happen, and the next time Erdogan will ask for something, he will have to answer uncomfortable questions. That is, initially to stand up with the letter Zu in negotiations, which, therefore, will end worse for him.
            At the same time, our soldiers didn’t climb on the rampage - it’s safe

            Quote: Lipchanin
            I'm talking about the idea of ​​"patrolling"
            The Cowbra colleague is absolutely right - this patrol is not a military tool, but a political tool. In the Kremlin, Edik committed himself to jointly patrolling the road and delimiting control on both sides between Ankara and Damascus, but he is not responsible for the “bazaar”, thereby cutting off his own political maneuvers in case the situation worsens. The fact that the militants did not open fire indicates that Edik was aware of this provocation and gave such a sanction. I don’t think that the militants are such an independent element that drives questions to whom from the patrol and who not. The time will come, they will ask him. In the meantime, all of these jambs are meticulously recorded and entered into a single register of unfulfilled obligations on the part of Edik.
        2. Insurgent April 9 2020 15: 24 New
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          Quote: Cowbra
          This is diplomacy, it just doesn’t go away.

          After all, you wrote somehow that you fought in (DNR-LNR?) And you have the "Cross of New Russia" ...

          So ... Do you, as a militia officer, not abhor such a state of affairs in the SAR that is now akin to the treacherous "Minsk diplomacy"?
          1. Cowbra April 9 2020 16: 50 New
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            So you yourself know that it’s everywhere, but ... You know yourself that juice is not in Syria, it’s at least understandable why they don’t hammer under the hammer. These patrols were not at risk. I wrote the first post. Well, our business is not to give birth. If necessary, it’s not dangerous either ...
        3. seregatara1969 April 9 2020 16: 43 New
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          Aviation to bring to this place and deal with the end.
      2. Insurgent April 9 2020 14: 55 New
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        Quote: Lipchanin
        Window dressing that we are with the Turks "peace, friendship, festival"

        no no no "World chewing gum "Turbo" yes

    2. Paul Siebert April 9 2020 14: 46 New
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      Quote: Archivist Vasya
      Some garbage doing something worthless! If our patrol cannot be shot even by militants, then there’s no need to do anything there, risking soldiers only and getting into unpleasant situations ...

      I agree!
      Who needs this endless politeness with Erdogan?
      Our troops lose credibility as a result of this meaninglessness.
      It's time to abandon these "patrols."
    3. Krasnoyarsk April 9 2020 17: 16 New
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      Quote: Archivist Vasya
      Some garbage doing something worthless! If our patrol cannot be shot even by militants, then there’s no need to do anything there, risking soldiers only and getting into unpleasant situations ...

      This seems very strange to us because we do not know the real state of affairs - who is fighting for what. If people, i.e. majority, for Assad, why have they been fighting for so long? Is it only because the foreign country helps the "fighters"? Or what other factor influences?
      Why does Assad not want to give the Kurds autonomy? Because he does not want to get negative from the Syrians? Or maybe she’s afraid of strengthening the Kurds? We don’t know anything! We get truncated one-sided information. I want to believe that my country is on the side of truth and justice.
      1. avib April 11 2020 12: 08 New
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        If people, i.e. the majority, for Assad,

        Most are against Assad. Assad - Alawite -, and the Alawites are only 10% of the population of Syria. In the Arab religious-clan structure of society - the minority cannot rule the majority. Historically, starting with Papa Hafez, the Alawites held key positions in the army and special services - this was not considered prestigious and monetary. So Assad rested solely on "bayonets."
        The majority of the population of Syria are Sunnis. The Christians, I hope, have all left Syria. The Druze live in their enclaves and enter into alliances depending on the nomenclature and the situation - then with Assad. then with the Sunnis.
        If the Iranians, Hezbollah and Russia hadn’t come to Assad’s “rescue” - back in 2014, Assad would have repeated the fate of Gaddafi.
    4. smile April 10 2020 00: 32 New
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      Archivist Vasya
      Vasya, but you don’t think. what if our militants did not miss. were they ready for an acute reaction on our part?
      What if ours began to be "shot", then they would be burned with the help of, for example, anti-tank systems. or something else?
      This is a deliberate provocation in which the Turks are involved - since they have passed - and this is a provocation - in which we - did not plunge.
      “Shoot” someone should then - when you own the situation, and, preferably, have the advantage of strength - otherwise it is an unreasonable loss. Of course - if it didn’t get to the edge, and you don’t fight on your territory.
      The combat mission - one of the patrol performed. It has been established that the Turks "do not control the bandiuk", the Turks did not ensure the fulfillment of the agreements on their part - and when the next time the bandiuk will be crushed - such facts will poke Erdogan in the face ... and he will eat it, like last time.
      And where is the place for local battles with some Turkish slaves, or their masked special forces of our easily armed air forces? What for? What is the purpose of the clash? Unlock the track? So the Syrian army will cope with this, together with the VKS. and not one and a half offices VP on four machines ...
      1. Archivist Vasya April 10 2020 10: 34 New
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        There is no evidence that the Turks do not control the militants completely without this incident. Where is more? The patrol did not fulfill the combat mission, since it could not pass along the intended route, but completed the secondary political task as you wrote. But is risk justified for this?
        And it’s better not to get into provocation at all, in this venture with joint patrolling of the disputed territory, our patrol as a bargaining chip looks like which you can donate for politics ((
  3. Mouse April 9 2020 14: 41 New
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    After blocking the highway, they let in only Turkish troops, and the Russian military police were denied access. The Russian military did not resort to harsh measures.

    in my opinion it’s significant .... where the legs grow from .... yes
    1. Lipchanin April 9 2020 14: 47 New
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      Quote: Mouse
      in my opinion it’s significant .... where the legs grow from ....

      Also me an open secret
      1. Mouse April 9 2020 14: 56 New
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        they used to be encrypted before ...
      2. Cowbra April 9 2020 14: 56 New
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        IMHO, this is the point. What did the Turks say? "We are here to bring pure peace and order." Ours to them now - well? Brought? Where is the order? And who shot again - is this the world? And what the hell are you doing here? What is Erdogan to answer now?
        1. 2 Level Advisor April 9 2020 15: 02 New
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          he will say, I’m guiding you, but they will not allow you to induce .. or do you think he will blush embarrassedly on the podium?)
  4. Ros 56 April 9 2020 14: 45 New
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    And what gentlemen do you think the top leaders will order? fellow request
  5. APASUS April 9 2020 14: 47 New
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    I can imagine how many attack aircraft would flock, do not let the American patrol barmalei
    1. 16329 April 11 2020 14: 31 New
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      Repeatedly, the Syrian Army did not miss American patrols and no one flied
      1. APASUS April 11 2020 23: 18 New
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        Quote: 16329
        Repeatedly, the Syrian Army did not miss American patrols and no one flied

        As I understand it, you do not see the difference between the barmalei and the Syrian army?
        1. 16329 April 12 2020 01: 04 New
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          As you say, the difference is very arbitrary, for the Americans, at least it happened that they bombed the SAA and shot down its planes, but when the patrols stopped, they obeyed and changed the route
  6. EvilLion April 9 2020 14: 50 New
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    Here's another, deal with them with the forces of some leitech with a pair of armored cars. Well, they shrugged their shoulders and went to wait until the more serious forces arrived.
    1. 2 Level Advisor April 9 2020 15: 04 New
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      Now, if in response to interference, a FAB-250 pair arrives in these barmales in half an hour, this conversation will be .. next time they won’t even go on the road
      1. Insurgent April 9 2020 15: 06 New
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        Quote: 2 level advisor
        Now, if in response to interference, a FAB-250 pair arrives in these barmales in half an hour, this conversation will be .. next time they won’t even go on the road

        Military obey politicians.
      2. abror April 9 2020 15: 44 New
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        Quote: 2 level advisor
        Now, if in response to interference, a FAB-250 pair arrives in these barmales in half an hour, this conversation will be .. next time they won’t even go on the road


        And a couple of Americans.
  7. AU Ivanov. April 9 2020 15: 17 New
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    It was necessary to sneeze at the militants. Or cough.
  8. Livonetc April 9 2020 15: 25 New
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    The Turks, once again, were not able to secure their obligations.
    No wonder.
    The state of providing any zones, joint patrols and other things, are nothing more than intermediate stages on the path to the complete liberation of the territory of Syria from terrorists and renters.
    1. 16329 April 11 2020 14: 35 New
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      The militants were already firing at the Turks, somehow they also didn’t want to substitute, some of the militants did not control Turkey at all.
      In general, a gradual settlement in Idlib is a long process, in February we managed to squeeze out a part, despite the Turkish tantrums, then there will be the next cast and a new conference = political decisions
  9. dubovitskiy.1947 April 9 2020 15: 33 New
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    Quote: Archivist Vasya
    Some garbage doing something worthless! If our patrol cannot be shot even by militants, then there’s no need to do anything there, risking soldiers only and getting into unpleasant situations ...

    We abide by the ceasefire. They too. If not, they would not write about blocking the patrol, but about the resumption of hostilities.
  10. steelmaker April 9 2020 15: 51 New
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    The question is, what did Putin and Erdogan agree on there? Shame and humiliation from such agreements!
  11. Dzafdet April 9 2020 16: 38 New
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    We got stuck there for a long time. And the meaning? Only new models to run in and staff .. Soon the war will begin with the United States and what to do with them? How will we supply?
  12. Chaldon48 April 10 2020 00: 06 New
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    It was necessary to call the helicopters they would issue a "pass"
  13. Proud. April 10 2020 04: 23 New
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    "... This is reported by the Baladi Network ..." - I did not understand ... This must be believed !?
  14. finnik ja April 10 2020 20: 12 New
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    No, this is really some kind of idiocy ... If Russia, as an atomic power, can’t engage in firefights, then why is this patrol needed ..? No, really, for what? Shame on the Russian Army ..? Well, from the Americans they are drowning in the swamp, fleeing with their heels flashing .. then give way to the barmaley ..! (?)
    Why are they there ..?! How can one be so dishonored in the whole world ..?! This shame will never wash ..!
    1. Nyrobsky April 10 2020 22: 29 New
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      Quote: finnik ja
      Why are they there ..?! How can one be so dishonored in the whole world ..?! This shame will be never wash ..!

      If the left foot itches, you will catch up. If the right foot itches, they will catch up with you. If the left pen itches, then they will give money. If the right pen itches, then all the babos will be taken away. If the back and ass are itchy, then you need to go to the bath and wash. So do not think about how to wash Russia, but go and take a shower yourself.
      PS We in Syria are not required to engage in skirmishes with all the bearded scouts represented. since we carry out other tasks. And yet, scouts know about it and do not shoot at the forces represented by the patrol, because after this they will have irreversible consequences. Those stupidly "vyzhivayutsya", ours routinely fix it, all in business. There is no disaster.
  15. Chingachguk April 10 2020 20: 32 New
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    They survived .... Already the militants do not let the Russian military pass ... And what, will this continue for a long time? Are we in Syria instead of clowns? Then the mattresses blocked the road and our equipment circling the obstacle got stuck in a swamp everyone laughed at us, took off and laid out on the Internet, now the Barmalei are completely cut off and also block our road, absolutely not afraid of anything .. I’m shy to ask what our boys do there then ? Will the RF snot chew for a long time? In the Donbass, as they killed the Russian-speaking, they still kill, in Syria they began to become impudent! What the heck is that?
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    In that case, why patrol there? and what kind of patrol is they not letting him in.? Maybe it's just a fairy tale.
  17. Alexfly April 10 2020 21: 28 New
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    And why, these madmen have not yet been equalized with dust? Of course, maybe for the first time and to warn ... But for the second time to transfer the coordinates and burn this whole booth ... so that others do not later discuss the issues of democracy ..
  18. Maksika April 10 2020 22: 35 New
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    why didn’t they?
  19. kriten April 11 2020 12: 50 New
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    They can not be touched, They are protected by the democratic West and the UN. You will attack the Hague Tribunal .... for the genocide of terrorists.