"Over past 24 hours Russian warplanes have conducted 59 sorties, hitting 212 Daesh targets in the Syrian province of Aleppo, Idlib, Latakia, Hama, Homs, al-Hasakah an Raqqa," the Defense Ministry spokesman told journalists.
"More than 320 militants and 34 armored vehicles of terrorists, including two tanks, one infantry fighting vehicle, 15 jeeps equipped with large-caliber guns were destroyed," Konashenkov told journalists in Syria’s Latakia.
In past 24 hours, Russian jets have also destroyed a column of tanker trucks and more than 100 fuel-transfer stations used by terrorists, Maj. Gen. Igor Konashenkov added.
"In order to disrupt terrorists' sources of income, Russian Su-34 bomber jets destroyed 94 fuel-transfer stations near Deir ez-Zor," he said.
According to Konashenkov, in the al-Hasakah province during the "free hunt" mission Su-34 has destroyed column of 15 fuel tankers which were carrying oil in northern direction extracted from terrorist-controlled areas.
"Near the Al-Qaryatayn in the Syrian province of Homs Su-24M destroyed a hidden Daesh base. In the dungeons terrorists have organized a command post, arm depot and outqaurters," Maj. Gen. Konashenkov added.
He noted that terrorists' objects were destroyed using direct strikes.
Russian Su-25 fighter jet has destroyed a major military base of Daesh terrorists in Maarrat al-Nu'man, Syrian province of Idlib.
Konashenkov said all Russian aircraft had successfully returned to the Hmeymim air base after the mission.
Russia has been assisting both the government and civilians in the war-torn Syria. Since September 30, Moscow has been conducting precision airstrikes on terrorists positions in Syria, following a request from Assad.