BEIRUT, LEBANON (1:45 A.M.) – The Russian military has played an important role in the ongoing Syrian Arab Army (SAA) offensive that is currently take place in the northwestern countryside of the Hama Governorate.

These Russian soldiers are not only advising the Syrian Arab Army, but they’re also providing coordinates of the jihadist positions across the northwestern countryside of Hama.

Since the start of this offensive, the Syrian Arab Army and their allies have captured over 15 sites from the jihadists, including the imperative towns of Kafr Naboudeh and Qal’at Al-Madiq.

Below are some front-line photos of the Russian military taking part in this ongoing offensive in northwestern Syria:

Russian soldiers launch mortar shell attack against militant forces in northern Hama. Anna News
Russian soldiers preparing attack on militant forces near the town of Kafr Naboudeh in northwestern Hama Credit: Anna News
Russian soldiers prepare to launch attack in northwestern Hama. Credit: Anna News
Russian soldiers unload mortar shells for attack on militant forces. Credit: Anna News
Russian soldier advises Syrian military officer near Kafr Naboudeh front-lines. Credit: Anna News
Russian soldiers setup anti-guided missile launcher near the front-lines of northwestern Hama. Credit: Anna News
Russian soldier observing the military situation in northwestern Hama. Credit: Anna News
Russian soldier sets up machine gun near the front-lines in northwestern Hama. Credit: Anna News
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za313
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kudos to the Syrian coalition superheroes – God is the best of all planners

Sweet Robert
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Lesions of Demons claiming the souls of the Damned, HTS.

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There is an AGS-30 “Atlant” Automatic Grenade Launcher on the last picture. Not a machine gun.

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What a lovely lush green country side with so much of green grass & so many beautiful lovely flowers and this war has devastated this country & its people. Jihadi Islam is a curse to the world and a disease. Hope it spreads back to the original place from where it originated & consumes that country where it all came out from.