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Easily clip, save and share what you find with family and friends. Easily download and save what you find. March 2011, as well as active foreign involvement. Most parties involved in the war in Syria receive various types of support from foreign countries and entities based outside Syria.
ISIL and other anti-government forces in Syria, on the side and at the request of the Syrian government. The military activity of Russia in Syria has been criticized by the U. Turkey, especially in the Bayırbucak region. From early stages of the civil conflict in Syria, major Western countries such as the U. S, France, and the UK provide political, military and logistic support to the opposition as well as rebel groups in Syria that are not designated by them as terrorist.
Canada, British and French air force. Western and other countries, most notably the U. Syrian soldiers to use the Russian-made weapons, and it helped repair and maintain Syrian weapons. Investigations by reporters suggest that Russia is helping to keep the Syrian economy afloat by transporting hundreds of tonnes of banknotes into the country by airplane.
In December 2012, it was reported that Russian military personnel under the guise of military advisers were inside Syria manning some of the anti-aircraft defenses sent by Russia. Russia stressed that its actions did not violate international law. In December 2013, Russia was reported to have stepped up its military support for the Syrian government by supplying new armored vehicles, surveillance equipment, radars, electronic warfare systems, spare parts for helicopters, and various weapons including guided bombs for planes. Russia claimed the attacks were against the ISIL positions. In autumn 2015, the U. However, on 20 October 2015, the U. Russia signed a secret technical memorandum of understanding to avoid air incidents over Syria.