'The command of our troops in Syria carried out a special operation to find and eliminate the group of militants that carried out the mortar attack on the Hmeimim base (Western Syria),' the Russian defence ministry said in a statement.
Russian Federation hinted on Thursday that Ukraine manufactured the explosives used in an attempted drone attack on its military bases in Syria, following claims linking Turkey and the USA to the attack.
Recently, the Russian Defense Ministry published new photos of the terrorist drones, showing three handcrafted UAVs made from boards and plywood, with wires, wrapped in tape and green polyethylene.
The ministry also said it had destroyed a stockpile of drones in Syria's Idlib province after militants used drones to attack its bases in the country last week.
According to Novikov, creating this sort of weapon is impossible in home-made conditions.
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According to the military official, the substance "cannot be manufactured homemade or extracted from other ammo". The agreement has helped reduce fighting and warm ties between Russian Federation and Turkey.
The Russian military repelled the attack that was reported to involve 13 drones.
Putin said Moscow knows who helped stage the attack on the Russian bases, but he didn't identify the country allegedly involved, saying only that it wasn't Turkey.
Russian and Turkish Presidents Vladimir Putin and Recep Tayyip Erdogan earlier held a telephone conversation as well.
Turkey on Tuesday called the Russian and Iranian ambassadors to its ministry of foreign affairs to ask the envoys to urge the Syrian government in Damascus to end the border violations in the Idlib de-escalation zone. We have a flawless understanding of that and will act in solidarity.There were provocateurs there, but they were not Turks.... In fact, it is quite obvious that there were elements of high-tech nature there.