AMN: Hundreds of Russian soldiers arrive in northern Syria after heavy Turkish attacks

Major Dmitry Suntsov, spokesman for the Russian-Syrian Joint Monitoring Center, announced on Monday 18 January that about 300 Russian soldiers have been sent to the Syrian province of Al-Hasakah following attacks by pro-Turkish forces. The AMN agency tells about the difficult situation in the northern part of the SAR.

The arrival of hundreds of Russian soldiers in Al-Hasakah came a day after the Turkish military and allied militants intensified their attacks on the key city of Tal Tamr, east of Al-Raqqa province.

According to information received from a source in Aleppo governorate, the Turkish military and Ankara-sponsored militant groups launched powerful attacks on the positions of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) near the cities of Ain Issa (Al-Raqqa), Tal Tamr (Al-Hasaka) and Manbij (Aleppo) , which caused a series of explosions in northern Syria.

Meanwhile, the Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) reported on Sunday that more than a million people in Al Hasakah province have lost access to water due to the interruption of water supply from Aluk station in rural Ras Al Ain.

Our unit has arrived at one of the joint observation posts in Al-Hasakah governorate, and the main task of the Russian forces is to help de-escalate the conflict in the area. The military monitors the observance of the ceasefire and provides all kinds of assistance to the local population

- Dmitry Suntsov told reporters.
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  1. kriten Offline kriten
    kriten (Vladimir) 18 January 2021 11: 49
    De-escalation requires powerful bombardments and sun blasts. the best negotiators with terrorists.
    1. andrew42 Offline andrew42
      andrew42 (Andrei) 18 January 2021 19: 29
      ... and with "partners" too.
  2. lahudra Offline lahudra
    lahudra (Nikolay Kondrashkin) 18 January 2021 21: 50
    Syria is a dead end. The representative of the minority Assad sits only on Persian and Russian bayonets, this mistake must be corrected and the withdrawal of troops not according to Putin, but in reality.
    1. Michael1950 Offline Michael1950
      Michael1950 (Michael) 18 January 2021 22: 00
      - And who will defend Russia's best friend - Bashar al-Assad from the Zionist aggressor ?! Joe Biden, or what ?!
    2. molotkov60mkpu Offline molotkov60mkpu
      molotkov60mkpu (Yuri) 19 January 2021 12: 51
      In my opinion, Assad is just an excuse. Maybe Russia has other interests in Syria after all? Just as in the Crimea, it is necessary to ensure the expression of the will of the people, but in fact, the prevention of the American presence and bases. Crimea is an unsinkable aircraft carrier at target with a geostrategic sector: the Caucasus, the Middle East, the Mediterranean, and Europe. Give such a position to be the last sucker.
      Something similar in Syria. Not everything is measured on visible nishtyaki.
    3. Pavel Timokhin Offline Pavel Timokhin
      Pavel Timokhin (Pavel Timokhin) 19 January 2021 17: 43
      Is there a proposal to cut off the heads of the minority, stir up a regional war and move it to the borders of Russia?
      1. Kazimir Almazov Offline Kazimir Almazov
        Kazimir Almazov (Love h) 19 January 2021 19: 04
        The Americans and Jews have been trying to crank this proposal for several years, but their guts are thin.
      2. KARAKURT21 Offline KARAKURT21
        KARAKURT21 (KARAKURT21) 20 January 2021 17: 51
        There are proposals to bring to power in Russia either an Armenian, or a Jew, or a Tatar. What are the considerations? wink
        1. nyepx Offline nyepx
          nyepx (Xyxp Haxp) 21 January 2021 13: 33
          What does it mean to bring to power in Russia? And now we have WHO there? Shelomov, Mishustyan, Kalantaryan, Mendel, Nurgaliev, Nabiullina, Gilmutdinov, Rotenberg who are they? rustic hares?
  3. Michael1950 Offline Michael1950
    Michael1950 (Michael) 22 January 2021 15: 18
    Quote: KARAKURT21
    There are proposals to bring to power in Russia either an Armenian, or a Jew, or a Tatar. What are the considerations? wink

    - The Armenians completely spent their time on everything in Karabakh, thereby discrediting themselves for the rest of the century.
    The Tatars made excellent janitors, better than the Tajiks ...
    So, there is virtually no choice ... laughing lol