The Russian Air Force has begun their largest bombing campaign of the year in the Idlib Governorate. At least ten Russian Sukhoi jets launched dozens of air strikes over the southern and western parts of the Idlib Governorate.
The Russian Air Force specifically targeted the Jisr Al-Shughour District, including the towns of Al-Shughour, Mahambel, Basnqoul, Zayzooun, Ziyarah, Jadariyah, Al-Shan, Kafrdeen, Saraseef, and dozen others.
Two Su-34 fighter-bombers struck a precise blow to a workshop where Nusra Front fighters were assembling attack drones and a warehouse of explosives for the drones, while a Su-35S fighter destroyed with high-precision ammunition a warehouse of portable air missile systems.
Russia destroyed two drones launched by terrorists to attack the Hmeymim airbase, raising the number of downed drones to 47 in a month. It is close to the coastal province of Latakia, home of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, which also hosts the Russia-operated Hmeymim airbase.
Russia meanwhile is conducting large-scale military drills in the Mediterranean on Sept. 1-8 involving more than 25 battleships and 30 warplanes.
RT.com / ABC Flash Point WW III News 2018.