Syrian Warplane Shot Down by Turkish Air Force, Northwest of Ma’aret al-Nu’aman

3 March، 2020
Idleb, SANA

While carrying out a combat mission against positions of terrorist organizations in Idleb, one of the Syria warplanes was targeted with a missile fired by the air force of the terrorist Turkish regime as it was downed northwest of Ma’aret al-Nu’aman.

A military source said in a statement to SANA that “at 11:03 am on Tuesday, and while carrying out a mission against armed terrorist organizations in southern Idleb, a Syrian warplane was hit by a missile fired by Turkish regime’s air force as it was downed in the area, northwest of Ma’aret al-Nu’aman.”

Terrorist organizations which spread in Idleb receive a direct support from the Turkish regime with different means and weapons as this regime mainly depends on the sophisticated drones to provide a fire cover to the terrorists to be able to launch their attacks, in addition to supplying them with shoulder-fired missiles to target the Syrian and Russian warplanes.

On Sunday, Syrian Arab Army units downed three drones for the Turkish regime in Idleb countryside which were providing a fire cover for terrorists.

Ruaa al-Jazaeri