Russian Army Asks Putin to Allow Aleppo Strikes
The Russian General Staff Sergei Rudskoi has said on Friday that Russian defense ministry has asked President Vladimir Putin to allow renewed airstrikes on militants in eastern Aleppo, Syria.
The Russian defence ministry said Friday it had asked President Vladimir Putin for permission to resume strikes on the Syrian city of Aleppo after a 10-day moratorium; AFP reported.
"We have appealed to the Supreme Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation with a request to resume air strikes," senior Russian military official Sergei Rudskoi told a briefing.
Source: Al Alam