BEIRUT, LEBANON (1:00 A.M.) – Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Tuesday that most of the Syrian territories have been liberated from terrorists after his military’s intervention.

During his speech at the Russian Ministry of Defense, Putin said that while most of the country has been liberated, his country will continue their war against the remaining terrorists in Syria.

Putin’s comments come as his nation’s Ministry of Defense announced that their military have decreased by 96 percent over the last year.

According to the Russian Ministry of Defense, their air force went from launching 100 military flights a day to just four each day.

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Karel Vd Geest

So, app 30% for SDF, some 10 to 15% for Turkey and some 1 to 5% for IS, altogether app half the country is almost nothing ?

Weird reasoning.

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Gustavo Lopez Velazquez

Most means higher than 50% and lower than 65%. I wonder whether or not Syria people is happy with this Syria partition of their land.

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Most, as in colloquial english, means more , much more than 50% . At app 50% one would say half the country. Spoken language is not as precise as mathematics.