VIDEO | 6 Russian Strategic Bombers Strike Daesh Targets in Northeastern Syria

After the last major Daesh stronghold in Syria, the town of Abu Kamal, was liberated, Russian Aerospace Forces continue to support the offensive in the Euphrates River Valley conducted by the Syrian army.

The Russian Defense Ministry has announced the strikes by six Tu-22M3 long-range bombers on Daesh targets in Northeasern Syria.

The airstrikes hit terrorists’ strongholds, a number of militants and some armored vehicles with means of reconnaissance confirming the targets’ destruction

This is the third aerial operation of the Russian Aerospace Forces in Syria this week.

Read More | Syria Map Update | Syrian Army Expands control west of Al-Bukamal , Deir Ezzor

Successful military actions in Deir ez-Zor and Abu Kamal led to the expulsion of Daesh militants from the province with the west bank of the Euphrates River remaining the only area where Daesh units are currently still operating. According to the Defense Ministry, at the moment Syrian army units are pursuing and eliminating groups of terrorists in the area.

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