Israel is ready to attack the Russian base of Hmeimim in Syria
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We have already reported that Israel recently attacked Russian bases in Syrian Tartus. F-16 and F-35 fighter missiles were noticed in the sky, the air attack of which was successfully repelled with the help of our S-400 anti-aircraft missile system and our fighters.
Well, the exercises of the Navy of the Russian Federation, which were carried out near the coastline of Syria, also helped here.
The second point where the missiles were supposed to hit was the Russian military base Khmeimim, which was also defended by the S-400 and Su-35 complexes.
For a more effective defense, Russian troops allowed Syrian colleagues to use our S-300PM2 batteries against Israeli aircraft.
Fortunately, an attack on our base did not occur, apparently the S-300 saved the situation. But Israel is ready to attack Khmeimim, which forces Russian troops to be on the alert.
It also became known that the Syrians were able to establish control over one of Israel's UAVs, and the second was destroyed. Some analysts argue that it is likely that the drone was shot down by the Russian Aerospace Forces.
Confirmation of this is a short few videos on the Internet, where you can see that the rocket was launched from the air and it does not have an inversion trace.
There is no doubt that a downed unmanned aerial vehicle will become a threatening gesture for Israel to understand that it is not necessary and in such a difficult situation to send reconnaissance aircraft to the territory of Russian military air bases.
The United States did not stand aside. The Poseidon aircraft (P-8A Poseidon) was noticed in the control of combat UAVs, which launched an attack on the Khmeimim this winter. Americans should seriously think about the consequences of escalating the situation and make the right choice, which will surely be presented more than once. The Russian military does not intend to endure any provocations.
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