Source: Syria gave Russia two unexploded in the course of a US strike cruise missiles
DAMASCUS, April 19. /TASS/. Two desdemonamelia during the US attack on 14 April cruise missiles, the Syrian military found in good condition, 18 APR flown to Russia. This was reported by TASS on Thursday, a source in the Syrian defense Ministry.
“Two cruise missiles and an unexploded missile during the U.S. attack on Syria on the night of April 14, was discovered by the Syrian military. Both missiles are in a good condition the day before yesterday [April 17] was delivered by the Russian military”, — said the Agency interlocutor.
As the source said, according to him, “these missiles yesterday [18 April] was sent by plane to Russia.”
TASS has no official confirmation of the Russian side provided by the information source.
The US President Donald trump on April 11 in his microblog on Twitter said about possible strikes on Syria, the new “smart” missiles. The blow was struck ships and bombers of USA, UK and France on April 14. All were released, according to estimates of the Ministry of defense of the Russian Federation, 103 cruise missiles, the Syrian air defense shot down 71 of them. The main goals, said the Russian military Department, were military targets in Syria, in particular, some air bases.
The reason for the strike was the application of so-called “White helmets” and a number of NGOs about the alleged use by Damascus of chemical weapons — bombs with chlorine — in the city Duma. According to Russian experts, who visited the place, no trace of toxic substances and their victims were found. Moscow called the allegations of chemical attack and the accompanying videos are a hoax and a provocation. In the near future, information about the chemical attack in the Duma should check arrived in Syria, the OPCW experts.
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