Mission accomplished, Islamic State defeated in Syria — Russian military

Vladimir Putin has declared victory over ISIS

Colonel-General Sergei Rudskoi, head of the general staff's operations, said, "The mission to defeat bandit units of the Islamic State terrorist organization on the territory of Syria, carried out by the armed forces of the Russian Federation, has been accomplished", according to Rossiya 24 TV channel.

With the defeat of IS, the Russian military will now concentrate on helping the Syrians restore a peaceful life and ensure that all parties comply with the agreements on the cessation of hostilities. "Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu had informed President Putin about that", Gerasimov said. "The territory of Syria has been completely liberated from this terrorist group". Syrian activists Wednesday said Russian airstrikes have killed at least 25 civilians in an eastern Syrian village held by Daesh.

Russia's military has announced it has defeated Islamic State group in Syria, affirming that the terrorist group has lost its remaining areas in the country.

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The Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces on Sunday thanked both the U.S. and Russian Federation for their military support, days after the USA announced it would stop arming the group.

The United States and France called on Russia Wednesday to deliver the delegation of President Bashar Assad to Syria peace talks in Geneva after discussions on ending the 6-year-old war resumed with no sign of the government attending.

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