American TV channel CNN has posted snippets of video from the air of the air strikes of the international coalition led by the US joint troops of the Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad near the city of Deir ez-Zor. Write about it in the international group of independent investigators of the military conflicts in Syria and Ukraine Conflict Intelligence Team (CIT), commenting on the consequences of the attack of these forces on the position of the Kurds.

“In the undated footage shows one of the T-72 and one 122-mm howitzer M-30 model 1938,” said OSINT intelligence.

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7 February 2018, according to the Pentagon, about 300-500 soldiers of the combined forces to support the Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad attacked the headquarters of the Kurdish Syrian democratic forces (SDF) in the district of the city of Deir ez-Zor, but retreated after coalition air strikes. According to various estimates, killed more than a hundred proasadovskih fighters.

According to the media and OSINT reconnaissance, asadovtsy was probably going to seize oil-rich territory in Kusama. According to unofficial data, this armed formation were the mercenaries accountable to the Kremlin private military company Dmitry “Wagner” Utkina and military from Iran. Previously, CIT said that it has identified four possible mercenaries PMC Wagner: Kirill, Ananiev, Alexei Ladygin (Ryazan), Vladimir Loginov (Kaliningrad), Stanislav Matveyev and Igor Kosoturov (Asbestos), Alexei Shikhov (Nizhny Novgorod), Vladimir “Apostle” and Ruslan Gavrilov (Cedar). They killed. Ladygin and Kosoturov previously fought against Ukraine in the Donbas.

The Kremlin said that “don’t know” about the victims there of the Russian military, and was advised to make about that in the defense Ministry.

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As the coalition air force bombed in Syria, tanks and howitzers Assad’s forces: video 14.02.2018

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