DAMASCUS, SYRIA (2:05 P.M.) – Russian continues to send more arms, ammunition and military equipment to Syria to help the Syrian forces defeat the terrorist group across the war-torn country.

Recently, the Kyzyl-60: a Russian cargo vessel was seen crossing the Mediterranean-bound Bosphorus en route to the Syrian port of Tartus, where Russia keeps its naval base.

According to sources, the vessel is laden with weapons, ammunition and desert camouflage URAL 4320 trucks.

The kind of cargo might indicate that Russia is planning a new offensive alongside the Syrian Army in the Syrian Desert.

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German
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Is this ship really save? Not in a good state

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Maybe not for the open ocean, but for the Black and Med seas, it’s ok.

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Would just need a repaint. Such cargo is OK for ‘brown waters’ and as long it doesn’t sinks, it’s OK for Russians, same for the Ural trucks and even their 152mm guns : as long as the gear does the job, why changing it?

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Assad is into making a laughing stock if press release about small rusty garbage scowl with three light trucks and conex full of vodka is supposed to scare IS.

Who does the propagandist? Truly it already is offensive.

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I liked your comment, witty and truthful, it made me laugh and cry at the same time, this story more likely boosted Isis’s moral and lowered the SAA’s. 20 ships laden with equipment would have been the story I’d have liked to have read, but all I get is this, 1 ship with 3 trucks. I’ll bet you’re also right about the stash of Vodka too.