Turkey targets Assad military airports in Aleppo
Date: 2020-03-01 10:36
Several drones targeted on the early house of Sunday (March 1) Assad regime’s military airports in Aleppo countryside, Orient correspondent said.
Turkish unmanned combat aerial vehicles (UCAV) attacked Menegh military airport, Nairab military airport and Kweires military airport.
On Friday and Saturday, several Assad regime militiamen, including generals were killed in Turkish drone strikes in northwestern Syria’s Idlib province.
Brigadier Generals Burhan Ramoun and Ismael Ali and Colonel Mazar Farwati were killed in an airstrike carried out by UCAV in Jabal al-Zawiya in Idlib countryside.
Turkish army destroyed on Saturday a chemical warfare facility, located some 13 kilometres south of Aleppo, along with a large number of other regime targets.
The Turkish army neutralized more than 2,100 Assad regime targets, the National Defense Ministry said on Twitter.
The ministry also shared images of the regime elements neutralized in Idlib, northwestern Syria.
Dozens of Iranian and Hezbollah militiamen were also killed in Idlib countryside.
Following the regime’s attack on Thursday that killed 33 Turkish soldiers northwestern Syria’s Idlib, Turkish Armed Forces (TSK) carried out airstrikes and artillery shelling throughout Friday.