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Russian Defence Ministry spokesperson Igor Konashenkov confirmed that 53 Islamic State (IS, ISIS, ISIL) targets had been hit in the latest round of Russian airstrikes during a press conference from the Ministry of Defence in Moscow, Monday. "The Russian Air Force continues conducting airstrikes against infrastructure targets of the international terrorist organisation ISIL in the Syrian Arab Republic. During the last 24 hours Russian military Su-34, Su-25 and Su-24M aircraft conducted 55 flights and hit 53 ISIL targets in the Governates of Homs, Hama, Latakia and Idlib." Konashenkov stated. The Defence Ministry spokesperson went on to detail the IS positions targeted by the Russian Air Force in the latest round of airstrikes. "During the last 24 hours the Russian aircraft destroyed 25 fortified areas and defensive positions including armaments and military equipment as well as a terrorist base near the village of Salma in the Latakia Governate, seven command centres of militants, six field training camps, six ammunition depots, a column of vehicles, three underground shelters in the Latakia Governate and one mobile mortar group," he said. Discussing the planned Russian observation flight over Turkey, Konashenkov confirmed that the Russian Ministry of Defence had decided to postpone the mission. "Taking into account the current situation in the Turkish Republic and the official request made by the Turkish colleagues, the Russian Ministry of Defence has decided to postpone the flight under the Open Skies Treaty to a later date," the Defence Ministry spokesperson stated. Russia began conducting airstrikes against IS positions in Syria on September 30, after the Syrian government officially requested Russian aid.
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