Russian Air Force warplanes continue to bombard on Daesh Takfiri militant’s targets in Syria destroying their infrastructural facilities.
Monday 9th November 2015, according to a brief from Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov, Russian Air Force fighter jets have destroyed 448 Takfiri infrastructure facilities in operations conducted throughout Syria over the last three days. The jets have bombarded 137 Daesh targets across the country.
According to the Russian official, the terrorists who have been dented by the ongoing offensives have adopted mobile defense tactics to survive the intensified aerial campaigns.
The militants are constantly relocating their positions in an attempt to evade and hide from strikes from Syrian government forces as well as from the Russian Air Force.
While touching on the combat report, Konashenkov announced on significant gains that so far have been witnessed against the Daesh.
Several Daesh targets in the provinces of Homs, Latakia, Raqqah, Allepo, Hama, Idlib and Damascus have been hit a destroyed.
The Russian warplanes have bombarded four mortars and an ammunition depot linked to Al-Nusra Front terrorist group in Latakia.
A main command center and a militant repair shop which had armored vehicles in Idlib also hit and destroyed.
Munitions warehouse linked to Daesh Takfiri militants holding makeshift unguided missiles in Syrian capital Damascus was hit and large arms depots in Raqqah and Homs pounded.
Russian launched anti-Daesh air campaigns in the Arab nation on September 30 upon request from the Syrian government.