As the last jihadi controlled areas in southwestern Syria have been liberated by the Syrian government, the Russians are literally sending a boatload of fresh military goodies to help Bashar al-Assad cleanse his nation of jihadist radicals. A Russian cargo ship is on the way to Tartus loaded with military aid to help Assad in an upcoming operation against ISIS and other Western propped ‘moderate’ radicals in the Idlib province.
DAMASCUS, SYRIA (6:00 P.M.) – Russia never ceased to provide the Syrian government with all kinds of military aid as the Syrian Armed Forces achieve massive wins across the country.
Russian cargo ship Tapir class LST Orsk 148 was spotted crossing the Mediterranean Bosporus en route to Syria’s Tartus; carrying military cargo.
The Russian military is expected to beef up the Syrian forces to launch the long-awaited offensive against jihadi militants in Idlib province.
Meanwhile, the last ISIS-controlled pocket in southwestern Syria has been liberated by the government troop.
With Russia’s help, Assad has been successfully liberating his country’s territory from the occupation of radical, tyrannical, jihadist terrorists, who are often funded, armed, and trained by Western governments in a bid to destabilize the Middle Eastern country and to set it up for regime change or to stage some kind of partition through political maneuvering under the guise of peace plans. Either way, Russia’s assistance has been pivotal in the war, and it has been paying huge dividends for Syria.
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