• 20/07/2024 05:27

What did Russia gain from Aleppo and how did Kharkov gain shares of the Syrian city?

Kharkov Mayor Igor Terekhov said that through the constant shelling the place could become “another Aleppo.” Without any help, the regional center may experience even greater ruins.

The report on what Russia has gained from Aleppo and what is happening around the city is lower in the material of RBC-Ukraine.

Terehov is not just like that having removed Kharkov from its place near Syria. In 2016, Russian military forces bombed Aleppo to help the Bashar al-Assad regime, turning it into ruins.

The end of the Arab Spring: how the war began

The military protests in Syria rose in the spring of 2011 from the civil rallies and the Arab Spring. The protesters demanded the end of the regime of Bashar al-Assad and the 50-rule ruling party of the Arab Socialist Revolution. In 2012, the conflict turned into a virtual full-scale war.

Until 2015, Russia supported the Assad regime indirectly – it gave back. Some analysts argue that the Kremlin wants to preserve access to the port in the Syrian town of Tartus, where the 720th point of logistics and technical security is located – the only military base of Russia outside the borders of the Soviet Socialist Republic. There are other things to say about those who need to talk about saving Russia’s foreign flow from this region.

< em>Photo of one of the destroyed Syrian places (photo: Getty Images)

From now on, the regime of Bashar al-Assad is trying to deal with the protesters on its own, stagnating, stopping, and chemically stopping. From this point on, the UN launched an entire operation, but it never came to fruition. In 2015, observers began to report that the Assad regime was profiting from Russian technology. The Bellingcat website and the Reuters agency published images of Russian technology in Syria, for example, of the defeated Vinishchuvachs.

For every hour, the regular army fought against the rebels and the Kurds. At the same time, ISIS and Hezbollah fighters were fighting in Syria. From time to time, western countries entered the conflict, for example, France itself, which carried out bomb attacks on ISIS forces. The UN exchanged requests for rare humanitarian assistance. The United States also helped the protesters in their fight against ISIS.

< em>Syrian place after bombing (photo: Getty Images)

Battle of Aleppo: how the Russian Federation bombed the place

Since early 2015, the Russian PKS began to bomb Aleppo. In the spring of 2016, the government army launched an attack on the place, where groups of rebels were fighting. Russia controlled the sky over the place. According to the data of the Independent International Commission of the UN, the Syrian air forces were likely to reach the border, and the Russian police forces could bomb Aleppo both day and night.

Just last spring, Russian planes flew into Aleppo 42 times and at least 28 confirmed strikes destroyed the same part of the city. According to UN data, Russian PSs have stocked up including uncoated aircraft ammunition, to say the least about those that the Kremlin has not put a price on depleting the protesters. There was more talk about terrorist slander and the famous Russian “scorched earth” tactics. In just 5 days – from the 23rd to the 27th spring, 300 people died during the bombing.

Russia, together with the Assad regime, targeted hospitals, medical centers and clinics in Aleppo. On June 19, 2016, a convoy of the UN and the Syrian Partnership Chervonogo Pivmesyatsya left the government-controlled part of Syria with humanitarian intent. The UN confirms that all parties to the conflict have been informed about the route. Just before the hour of dismantling the colony, a targeted strike was launched from the enemy.

Analysts have concluded that the airstrikes were carried out by both Syrian and Russian forces. The Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, naturally, immediately began to capture this information, confirming Sergey Lavrov, declaring that the attacks on the column were carried out with artillery. And at the site of the attack, surplus “barrel” bombs were found, which were used by the Syrian PS, and OFAB-250-270, which Aleppo bombed the Russian Federation with.

Russia continued to deplete Aleppo and the Assad regime without taking him into isolation. Due to the fate of military operations in the area, as well as as a result of repeated attacks in Aleppo, 30 thousand people died, most of them civilians. In 2016, 2 thousand children died due to bombing. According to official statistics, 20 thousand children died in Syria due to the fate of the war. Also, Russia has transformed into ruins the historical center of the city, which was once a UNESCO site.

The photo of the five-year-old Omran Daqnish became a symbol of the brutal bombing of Aleppo (photo: Getty Images)< /em>

Once Assad had withdrawn from Aleppo, violent purges began in the area. For example, in 2016, those who saw it near Aleppo were asked to leave their place. After that, Bashar al-Assad shouted about victory and the beginning of public festivities near the ruined Aleppo. At the pro-government rallies that took place in the middle of the ruins, portraits of Assad himself, Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah and Russian President Volodymyr Putin appeared.

It is noteworthy that one of those who saw that The current plan for the reduction of Aleppo from the air, the former chief commander of the air and space forces of the Russian Federation, Sergey Surovikin. For the ruin of the Syrian city, Volodymyr Putin awarded Surovik the title “Hero of Russia”.

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