Russian stealth fighters rumoured to be in Syria


Although neither any official from Russian Federation nor Syria have commented on the video or confirmed the testing phase of the stealth fighter plane, the military analysts were surprised to see the video footage.

An Israeli satellite on Saturday revealed that Russian Federation had deployed stealth fighters to Syria.

According to the Russian Defense Ministry, the jets were scheduled to be introduced to Russian forces in 2018, and a total of 12 aircraft were initially ordered by the Russian government.

"As people in uniform you have a special attitude to weapons, to the army and to the whole military component of the state", the president said at a meeting with the leadership of the defense ministries from some countries invited to a gala meeting devoted to Fatherland Defender's Day, which Russian Federation marks as a major national holiday on February 23, TASS reports.

Friends and families of the Russian military contractors said the mercenaries were among the many killed in retaliatory United States airstrikes in northern Syria earlier this month. The next week two F-22 intercepted two Russian aircraft after they crossed the "deconfliction line" that is supposed to separate USA and Russian aircraft operating over Syria multiple times.

But if they are there, the Pentagon said it is not happy. For close combat operations, the Su-57 is armed with 30-mm air guns. If genuine, the video will have documented the fifth-generation fighter's first combat mission. "First-stage state trials are over".

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Russian President Vladimir Putin has paid tribute to the Russian military at a ceremony for presenting national awards on the occasion of the Defender of the Fatherland Day, the Kremlin has said.

Last month, the Air Force's deputy chief of staff for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance said that the Russian air force has been tracking and watching how fourth- and fifth-generation US aircraft perform within the Syrian airspace.

"Our adversaries are watching us, they're learning from us".

Russian reports earlier revealed that the Sukhoi 57 and Sukhoi 35 fighter jets, as well as four A-50 spy planes will arrive in the Russian air base of Hmeimim near Syria's Latakia.

On 7 February, pro-Assad troops, including Russian military contractors, advanced on a gas field in the northern Syrian village of Tabiya under the control of the US-back Syrian Democratic Forces, and were attacked by US-led coalition forces.

The revelation that Russian mercenaries were killed stoked fears of an outright hostile confrontation between Russians and US forces.