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    Reports of Russia's Supply of 10 Su-24 Attack Aircraft to Syria 'False'

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    According to the Russian Military-Technical Cooperation, Russia's supply of 10 Su-24 attack aircraft to Syria are untrue.

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) — Russian Federal Service for Military-Technical Cooperation (FSMTC) spokeswoman Maria Vorobyova told Sputnik on Friday that reports on Russia's supply of 10 Su-24 attack aircraft to Syria are untrue.

    "Reports on the delivery in April 2017 of Su-24 aircraft to Syria are untrue," Vorobyova said.

    The Arabian Aerospace online news service reported Thursday that Syrian Armed Forces would receive 10 Sukhoi Su-24M2 Fencer-D attack aircraft from Russia.

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