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Australia Continuous Military Operation in Syria

According to France Press, Australian Defense Ministry has resumed its military operation in Syria after two day suspension of military operations in the country.
Australia’s Defense Ministry released a statement on Thursday, saying the suspension had been a precautionary measure to allow the coalition to estimate the operational risk.
Let us remind you, on June 18 Coalition’s F/A- 18 jet downed Syrian SU-22, which was allegedly carrying out strikes not far from the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) in the northern countryside of Raqqa province.
Currently there are six Australian jets, which operate from Al-Minhad airbase in United Arab Emirates.
The U.S.-led International Coalition has been conducting airstrikes on ISIS position since September 2014, without permission from the official Syrian authorities and the UN. So, the coalition doesn’t cope with combating ISIS, but only hinders the legitimate forces in the fight against terrorism, trying to tighten the peaceful resolution of the crisis as long as possible.

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