Russian Defence Ministry spokesperson Igor Konashenkov confirmed that 51"infrastructure facilities" had been hit in the latest round of Russian airstrikes in Syria during a briefing to reporters in Moscow, Sunday. Konashenkov went on to discuss how the jihadist movements in Syria are fighting each other, with the so-called Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) conducting three operations against Jahbat al-Nusra in the past week. Moreover, General Staff of the Russian Armed Forces confirmed that militants from the terrorist organisations continue "mass desertion" in east and north-east of Syria. Moreover, Jabhat al-Nusra field commanders are reportedly carrying out a forced mobilisation of local citizens under "life threat" in Idlib and Hama Governorates. "The ISIL terrorists are carrying out total mobilisation of men population from 14 years old in Raqqa Governorate," Konashenkov added. "During the last 24 hours Russian Air Force continued conducting airstrikes against infrastructure facilities of the terrorist organisation ISIL in Syria. From Hmeymim Air Base Russian jets carried out thirty-nine combat sorties and performed sixty strikes on fifty-one objects in Hama, Latakia, Damascus and Aleppo Governorates," Konashenkov stated. Konashenkov stressed that Su-24 jets hit a command centre of one of the Jaysh Al-Fateh terrorist organisation units in the suburbs of north-western village of Kafr Zita in Hama Governorate. "The strike disrupted control of the terrorist organisation Jaysh Al-Fateh units located in the region. The terrorists have left the combat area after the strike," he noted.
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