Daily results: The American airforce took out 2 excavators in Syria

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October 1, 2015


Translated by Kristina Rus

The American led coalition destroyed two excavators in the last 24 hours in Syria

Coalition forces led by the U.S. on Wednesday dealt only one blow on the positions of militants of the “Islamic state” in Syria – the attack was carried out using unmanned aircraft, according to Central Command of coalition forces (CENTCOM).

It is reported that the strike was in the vicinity of Mara. As a result, two excavators have been destroyed, reports RIA “Novosti”.

U.S. and its allies have been carrying out air strikes on positions in Syria for about a year and daily report about such operations. As a rule, planes and drones attack militants in several towns.

At the same time, in Iraq the coalition had struck 20 positions of the ISIS. As noted by the command, all the planes returned safely to bases.

On Thursday, the Syrian Ambassador in Moscow Riyad Haddad said that after the establishment of the US coalition to combat the “Islamic state” the terrorist-controlled territory has only increased. According to him, the coalition of the US and its allies did not produce any results.

The head of the Syrian Foreign Ministry on Wednesday said that the Syrian leadership does not fully trust the US and its coalition, which, according to Muallem, carried out 9 thousand airstrikes in Syria and Iraq to no avail.

In the middle of September the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Russia Sergey Lavrov said that Moscow has information that the U.S. knows specific locations of the positions of the terrorist group “Islamic state”, but do not give the order to attack.

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