Russian jets annihilate 29 camps of the world’s most dangerous terrorist group ISIS.
The Russian Military spokesman Maj. Gen. Igor Konashenkov stated on Saturday, October 10 that Russia has successfully targeted ISIS in Syria. “Our aviation group over the past day has destroyed two militant command centres, 29 field camps, 23 fortified facilities and several troop positions with military hardware.” Recently, the Russian Air Force has carried out about 64 air raids, and a total of 55 ISIS targets were destroyed by the Russian jets.
Maj. Gen. Konashenkov while calling the terror group by its former name further stated that “During the initial phase of the operation, our warplanes have destroyed the biggest and most important supply hubs of ISIL.” This, he said “resulted in the mobility and offensive capability of the jihadists being reduced.”
Moreover, he declared that the Russian air blitz has “considerably degraded” the potency of the terrorist militias in Syria. “Some of them are demoralized and are actively leaving the battle zone, moving in eastern and northeastern directions,” he said.
He went on to state that the Russian intelligence had got tip off from signal intelligence that the ISIS militias have been struggling with an acute shortage of fuel. After the bombing by Russian jets, the terror group has been suffering of shortage of ammunition and fuel.
Since last week, Russia has initiated its air bombing campaign against ISIS in Syria. Russia has conveyed a clear message to the international community that it intends to supply support to the Syrian regime which has been battered by the various terror groups including ISIS operating in it’s territory and civil war.
Russia has been providing air support to the Syrian government troops which are already engaged in a combat against various terrorist outfits, above all Islamic State. Because of Russian support, the Syrian government conducted an offensive in Hama province.