Idlib: Terrorists Blew Up a Roadside IED in a Russian – Turkish Patrol

Erdogan Terrorists Bomb Russian - Turkish Patrol in Idlib Countryside

Idlib: Terrorists loyal to the Turkish madman Erdogan blew up a roadside IED (Improvised Explosive Device) in a Russian – Turkish joint military police patrol on the Aleppo – Latakia highway earlier this morning.

An unknown number of casualties among the joint patrol personnel were reported by this terrorist attack. The bomb was planted in a car parked on the side of the road.

A terrorist group calling itself Khattab the Chechen adopted the attack which occurred between the towns of Urom Al Joz and Ariha city in Idlib countryside just after the first vehicle passed through targeting the second vehicle.

A video distributed by the group shows a large explosion tearing the armored vehicles and sending parts of it far from the point of impact.

The video is also available on BitChute.

As per the Idlib Agreement and the following Moscow agreement between the Russian President Mr. Putin and the Turkish madman Erdogan, joint patrols between the armies of both countries should secure the vital Aleppo – Lattakia highway aka M4, after months of delays by the Turks in implementing their part of the agreements to disarm the terrorist groups and secure the highways, instead, Erdogan beefed up the terrorist groups with more suicide bombers and with advanced weapons leading to an unprecedented escalation and first of its kind confrontation between the Syrian Arab Army and the Turkish Army of NATO killing scores of the Turkish soldiers who were used by Erdogan as cannon fodders and human shields protecting his dearer Al-Qaeda terrorists.

The Russian fighter jets destroyed a number of Al-Qaeda sites in Idlib with 9 air raids in towns in Idlib countryside in response to this attack.

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