Yesterday The Duran reported on Al Qaeda militants launching a missile strike on a mobile Russian hospital in Aleppo, killing a female paramedic and wounding two doctors.
Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Maj. Gen. Igor Konashenkov said that the Al Qaeda jihadist fighters had the exact coordinates of the hospital, thanks to “the United States, Great Britain, France and other sympathizing countries.”
“Beyond any doubt, militants of the ‘opposition’ were delivering fire. We understand who the militants received accurate data and coordinates of the Russian hospital admission department from.”
“The blood of our servicemen is also on the hands of those who ordered the killing. Those who created, fostered and armed these beasts… calling them… ‘opposition’.”
“On you, patrons of terrorists from the United States, Great Britain, France and other sympathizing countries.”
US State Department Spokesman Mark Toner was quick to deny any US involvement…
“I’ve seen the reports. We’ve not been able to confirm; it’s difficult to do obviously given the fighting and given the lack of access to what’s happened on the ground.”
Toner added that Washington would condemn “any attack on the hospital or health care facility” if reports prove true.
Today news is breaking that Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov has confirmed what Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Konashenkov stated yesterday after the attack…mainly that Al Qaeda militants had “the exact coordinates” of the hospital’s position, in order to precisely launch a missile strike on the mobile installation…
“Of course, it was precision fire. It confirmed the fact that the militants who shelled [the Russian Defense Ministry mobile hospital in Aleppo] had the exact coordinates.”
“We regret that in fact Russia alone is trying to provide humanitarian aid to the civilians who’re leaving eastern Aleppo trying to escape militant captivity. We would welcome a much more accountable position from our Western partners on this issue.”
The terrorists used precision fire on the Russian Defense Ministry mobile hospital in Syria’s Aleppo, they definitely had its exact coordinates, the Kremlin spokesman said Tuesday.
Moreover, Russia would like to see a more accountable stance on the Aleppo hospital shelling from its Western partners.
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