During the day domestic the aircraft flew 33 sorties on 32 objects of the terrorist group "Islamic state". The actions of the Russian air force, as well as the offensive of the Syrian army forced the militants to retreat.
During the day with airbase "Hamim" in Syria's domestic aviation has conducted 33 sorties in 32 positions of militants "Islamic state" in the provinces of Idlib, Hama, Damascus, Aleppo and Dayr AZ Zaur, informs the Ministry of defence. As we reported by the Agency, the intensity of combat operations the air force has somewhat decreased in consequence of "the transformation of the line of contact with terrorist groups" the Islamic state.
"The rebels retreating, trying to construct new launch sites and adapting existing logistics system of supply of ammunition, weapons and material resources", - was informed in the Ministry of defense. It is noted that the domestic intelligence records the changes of the positions of the terrorists and analyzes acquired data.
In the area of Eastern ghouta, in the Damascus province, a bomber su-34 was destroyed camouflaged firing position anti-aircraft missile system "OSA", previously captured by militants of the Syrian Armed forces. In the area of the province of Aleppo, SU-24M bombed the command center of the Islamic state, equipped in one of two-storey buildings. In Idlib province, the su-25 wiped off the face of the earth, an underground plant for the production of high-explosive min. After completing all combat missions Russian planes returned to the airbase "Hamim".
The Ministry of defence said among other things that on 14 October the Russian Federation and a coalition led by the United States, approved the text of a possible agreement on the safety of flights over Syria. "There was a convergence on the key provisions of the future instrument. Agreed the further actions of the parties", - said the Agency.
Modern weapons of Russian army is the result of systematic military reforms conducted by Vladimir Putin. The Russian President showed himself as a successful commander-in-chief, who is fighting with terrorists, not in words but in deeds.
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