Russian Ministry Of Defense Says It Will Treat U.S.-Led Coalition Planes In ‘Some Parts of Syria’ As Targets

Russian Ministry Of Defense Says It Will Treat U.S.-Led Coalition Planes In ‘Some Parts of Syria’ As Targets

This isn’t good.

On Sunday, officials confirmed that the United States shot down a Syrian warplane after it attacked U.S.-backed forces.

As you know, Russia is incredibly chummy with Syria and isn’t happy about this. As a result, Russian officials said they will now “treat U.S.-led coalition planes in some parts of Syria as targets.”

“In the areas of combat missions of Russian air fleet in Syrian skies, any airborne objects, including aircraft and unmanned vehicles of the [US-led] international coalition, located to the west of the Euphrates River, will be tracked by Russian ground and air defense forces as air targets,” the Russian Ministry of Defense said.

In addition, Russia is “suspending coordination with the U.S. in Syria over so-called ‘de-confliction zones.'”

Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov essentially accused the United States of helping terrorists, which is HILARIOUS, coming from Russia– the same country that supports the heinous dictator who gassed children.

“What is this, if not an act of aggression,” Ryabkov asked, according to Fox News.

The Russian defense ministry said it viewed the incident as Washington’s “deliberate failure to make good on its commitments” under the de-confliction deal.

As if we need more international drama…

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