Chasing Americans in Syria: U.S. military did not heed Russian officer’s warning

By | September 4, 2020
Chasing Americans in Syria: U.S. military did not heed Russian officer's warning

Western media have long been discussing the “race” of U.S. and Russian troops across Syria, which ended in a concussion for U.S. soldiers. It turns out that the Americans did not heed the warnings of the Russians?

Back in July, there was a confrontation between the U.S. military and Russia, which resulted in a tough conversation between the soldiers of both countries. After attempts to leave the American armored vehicles Oshkosh M-ATV and International MaxxPro on a free section of the road, they went across the Russian Typhoon and Tiger, as well as armored personnel carrier military police. After U.S. Army officials realized they were blocked, an unpleasant conversation took place between U.S. and Russian soldiers. Employees from the Russian Federation explained to their overseas colleagues that no one called them here – Russia is in the SAR at the official request of Damascus.

– handed the Russian to the American through an interpreter.

But it seems that the U.S. military did not heed the warning of the officer of the Russian Federation, for which they paid physically and mentally. In late August, Russian military vehicles and several Mi-8AMTSH and Mi-35M helicopters clashed with a convoy of U.S. armored vehicles in Al-Haseka province, when U.S. troops were blocked. As a result, several American soldiers suffered a concussion. Americans have long forced the Russians to take more decisive action, pointlessly riding after them on their APCs and trying to block their way on the frontline Syrian roads. What do they achieve and why are they provoking Russian servicemen?

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