Russian pilot prevented collision between An-30 and “coalition” fighter jet in Syria 22:59

A Typhoon fighter of the “coalition” came dangerously close to an An-30 aircraft of the Russian Aerospace Forces over the Al-Tanf region in the Homs province of Syria. This was reported by DEA NewsHe refers to the deputy head of the Russian Center for Reconciliation of Warring Parties in the Arab Republic (CPVS), Major General Yuri Popov.

According to him, the incident occurred between 9:44 and 9:51 Moscow time on July 3. Popov said that the An-3 was performing a scheduled flight in Syrian airspace.

“The Russian pilot, demonstrating high professionalism, immediately took the necessary measures to avoid a collision,” he said.

It was learned that he was in the village of Es-Sukhneh in the Homs province of Syria on June 27. almost collided unmanned aerial vehicles MQ-9 Reaper “coalition” and Su-35 aircraft of the Russian Aerospace Forces.

On June 22, three American MQ-9 Reaper drones came dangerously close With a Su-35 fighter jet belonging to the Russian Aerospace Forces in Syria. The incident occurred in the skies of Homs province.

Russian military police in Syria earlier blocked “coalition” column.

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Source: Gazeta


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