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Kremlin: Russia deeply concerned by attacks on Syria government forces

Reuters Friday, 31 January 2020
The Kremlin said on Friday that Russia was fully compliant with its obligations in Syria's Idlib region, but that it was deeply concerned about what it said were aggressive militant attacks on Syrian government forces and Russia's Hmeimim air base.
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