Putin Makes Surprise Visit to Syria in the Company of Su-35 Jets to Announce the End of Op

Looks like the new Sheriff in town got the job done! So far the US plan to keep its troops operating in Syria on alleged counter-terror missions after the Russian military pullout, threatening real hopes at last for peace in the region, according to analysts.

Also US lied about the number of troops stationed, U.S. Has Four Times the Amount of Troops in Syria as Previously Acknowledged. The latest Pentagon announcement came a month after Army Maj. Gen. James B. Jarrard, told reporters at a news conference there were about 4,000 U.S. troops in Syria – a number which was immediately revised:

https://www.haaretz.com/us-news/1.828521

https://sputniknews.com/analysis/201712121059917104-us-russian-troops-withdrawal-syria/

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Russian President Vladimir Putin paid surprise visit to Khmeimim Airbase in Syria’s Latakia province on Monday, December 11. As he prepared to land, he was met by an escort of Su-35 fighter jets.

During this unannounced visit Putin met with Syrian president Assad and made an important announcement regarding partial withdrawal of Russian troops from Syria following the defeat of ISIS. Putin added that if terrorists reappeared in Syria, Russian troops would be back.

Russia’s Enormous Victory & End of ISIS

Russian Syria op is one of the most successful military ops of all time. As a result of Russian BKC (Russian joint military-space forces) involvement along with Syrian ground troops, ISIS has been squeezed out of all cities in Syria, leaving only some straggling groups in the country, with which Syrian army is still dealing on the ground. Syrian government today controls most of the country’s territory. When Russia…

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