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The cooperation between the Damascus government and Russia appears to be airtight, as both constantly find new ways to work together.
This includes operations against ISIS in the central region, as well as against the so-called “moderate opposition” in the country’s northern areas.
On July 1, 50 cadets of Syria’s Kuweires Military Aviation Institute, which reopened in 2018 after remaining closed for years due to the war, completed training with help from Russian instructors.
The Russian Ministry of Defense shared footage of Syria’s new pilots flying on L-39 Albatros high-performance fighter jet trainers.
The Syrian Arab Air Force (SyAAF) has been using this type of warplane in close air support and in ground attack missions since 2012.