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Syrian Army makes significant Progress: Saudis warn Moscow of "Serious Consequences" | nsnbc international


Syrian Army makes significant Progress: Saudis warn Moscow of "Serious Consequences" | nsnbc international: Near the Kuweiris military airport the SAA destroyed command posts along with ammunition depots and vehicles equipped with weapons, said Maihub, adding that:

“The success that our armed forces have made since the start of the operation, targeted airstrikes and artillery strikes at control systems and command posts of terrorists undermine the spirit of militants. …. Many of them go to the Turkish border, where local residents demonstrated in the Idlib province demanding that militants leave the settlements.”

Meanwhile, Saudi officials stated that Saudi Arabia would continue to support “moderate rebels” and the “moderate opposition, warning Moscow of “serious consequences of Russia’s air campaign in Syria.

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