President Assad assesses Russian weapons frameworks at the Hmeimim air base in western Syria.
Not long after Washington cautioned Damascus against any more compound assaults and focused on that Russia and Iran would likewise be considered answerable, Syrian ruler Bashar Assad’s visit to the Russian Hmeimim Air Base in Latakia on Tuesday, June 27, bears striking typical, if not provocative, essentialness. Their visitor from Damascus was appeared around the base by the officers of Russian strengths in Syria and permitted a nearby take a gander at the warplanes and assault helicopters arranged for his scrutiny. Without a doubt, in the arrangement of joined photos, Assad had his photo taken while sitting in the cockpit of a Russian contender fly and keeping in mind that he was nearly analyzing Russian S-400 and S-300 air barrier rocket batteries.
Not all the photographs demonstrated the base flawlessly arranged for a formal visit. A gathering of Russian troops were found in an assortment of work garments standing chaotically around a portion of the weapons frameworks, demonstrating that Assad’s visit was ad libbed in a rush as an endeavor to demonstrate that Moscow and Damascus were as tight as ever and prepared together to repulse any American assault on Syrian military targets.