To Syria from Turkey illegally profit of more than 200 militants of banned terrorist group “Dzhebhat an-Nusra”. This was reported in the newsletter of the Center for conciliation of the warring parties in Syria, published on the website of the Russian Ministry of defense.
According to the report, the militants crossed the Syrian-Turkish border near the settlement Bason and attacked the units of the Syrian military.
The Bulletin also reported that more than a thousand militants “Dzhebhat an-Nusra are now in the area village of Binnish in Syria’s Idlib province. On Board fighters, according to the Center for reconciliation of the warring sides, there are cars mounted with heavy machine guns DShK and 25 anti-aircraft installations.
Local residents reported that the terrorists take away food and head to the village of Khan tuman in Aleppo province.
June 1, Russian foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and U.S. Secretary of state John Kerry during a telephone conversation discussed the situation around Syria and stressed the need for decisive joint action against Jabhat al-Nusra.”
From February 27, in Syria a regime of a ceasefire agreed between Russia and the United States, but it does not apply to groups deemed terrorist by the UN Security Council.