Russian Defence Minister´s Final Warning to US: “We Will Shoot down US Jets over Syria if They Threaten Syrian Army”. US will Try Putin for War Crimes

YourNewsWire 7 Oct. 2016  Russia has warned the U.S. that it will not hesitate to initiate World War 3 if they conduct strikes in Syria in order to oust President Assad.

The Russian Defense Ministry cautioned the Pentagon that strikes against Syrian army positions would automatically incur retaliation from Russia’s military.
Russia currently has S-400 and S-300 air-defense systems deployed to protect its troops stationed at the Tartus naval supply base and the Khmeimim airbase.
According to the Russian Defense Ministry, any airstrike or missile hitting targets in territory controlled by the Syrian government would put Russian personnel in danger.

And all the illusions of amateurs about the existence of ‘invisible’ jets (Stealth) will face a disappointing reality,” Konashenkov added“Russian air defense system crews are unlikely to have time to determine in a ‘straight line’ the exact flight paths of missiles and then who the warheads belong to.

The defense official said that members of the Russian Reconciliation Center in Syria are working “on the ground” delivering aid and communicating with a large number of communities in Syria.
“Therefore, any missile or air strikes on the territory controlled by the Syrian government will create a clear threat to Russian servicemen.”

The Russian Defense Ministry’s statement came in response to what it called “leaks” in the Western media alleging that Washington is considering launching airstrikes against Syrian government forces.

“Of particular concern is information that the initiators of such provocations are representatives of the CIA and the Pentagon, who in September reported to the [US] President on the alleged controllability of ‘opposition’ fighters, but today are lobbying for ‘kinetic’ scenarios in Syria,” he said.

He cautioned Washington to conduct a “thorough calculation of the possible consequences of such plans.”

YourNewsWire 7 Oct. 2016:  Ukerry-putin-war-crimes-900x350S Secretary of State John Kerry has called on the international community to try Russian President Vladimir Putin for alleged “war crimes”.
Kerry’s remarks come as the Syrian Army made advances in the Sheikh Saeed district of Aleppo.  Authorities in Damascus have said “there is no other option” but to continue to fight the rebels until they leave Aleppo.

Picture of Russian SU-27 fighter violating Finland's airspace near Porvoo, Finland, early October 7, 2016. Finnish Air Force/Handout via REUTERS

Picture of Russian SU-27 fighter violating Finland’s airspace near Porvoo, Finland, early October 7, 2016. Finnish Air Force/Handout via REUTERS

Reuters 7 Oct. 2016: Estonia said a Russian jet violated its airspace on Friday, passed over its territory  as it prepared to sign a defense pact with the Unites States. This occurred hours after neighboring Finland said two  different SU-27 planes crossed into its airspace on Thursday afternoon and evening,

YourNewsWire 7 Oct. 2016: Russia said it is ready to persuade the Syrian government to allow Al-Nusra Front militants to exit Aleppo with their weapons, as proposed by the UN envoy to Syria.
According to the UN estimations, there are between six and eight thousand militants in Aleppo.Half of them are purportedly Al Nusra/Al Qaeda fighters

DWN 7 Okt. 2016:  The Russian parliament has decided the permanent deployment of its troops in Syria. Moscow fears an overlapping of the activities of the Islamic and international mercenaries on Russian territory.

 DWN 7 Okt. 2016: NATO claims to have watched Russian fighter jets over the Baltic in the night. They were “conspicuous” and “aggressive”. It is unclear what is thereby to be understood .

DWN 7 Okt. 2016 :  Russia has requested an urgent meeting of the UN Security Council on Friday. President Putin wants to travel to Paris to talk with France about a de-escalation. The Syrian army reported further important ground wins in Aleppo.

 

 

 

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