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    Russian Aerospace Forces' Ongoing Two-Year Operation in Syria

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    Moscow has been carrying out a military operation against terrorists groups in Syria since September 30, 2015, when President Bashar Assad requested Russia's assistance.

    The Russian forces have destroyed over 96,000 terrorist targets over the past two years. Moscow has been actively contributing to the restoration of peaceful life in the country: Russia's combat engineers have defused more than 60,300 explosive devices. View our infographic to explore the two-year-long campaign in detail.

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