“قمة التسويق المبتكر عبر الهاتف المحمول” ترصد طفرة رقمية إقليمية مقبلة

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Syria’s Airspace Closed to TAF for Past 4 Days

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Jihadists shot down Russia’s SU-25 in Idlib. 

Today marks the 20th day of Turkish Armed Forces’ (TAF) “Operation Olive Branch” against Afrin, launched on January 19, 2018.

In light of developments within the region, with Syria’s army’s attack on the PYD, followed by the USA’s army’s retaliatory attack on Syria’s army, another development has caught attention.

A SU-25 plane belonging to Russia had been crashed in the city of Idlib in Syria on February 5. The Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham [Levant Liberation Committee], a group that formed out of Syria-based jihadist group Fateh al-Sham (formerly al-Nusra Front) had claimed responsibility for the attack.

The plane’s pilot, Filipov, “managed to secure a landing despite jihadists’ fire, but blew himself up with a hand grenade when he realized he was cornered,” had reported Russia’s pro-government newspaper Kommerstant.

Russia’s crashed plane: Turkey provided a guarantee

Putin signs decree posthumously awarding “Hero of Russia” title to the pilot. Photo: Sputnik

Another detail drew attention in the piece in Kommerstant. An anonymous source speaking to the newspaper reported the Su-25 had been flying at that altitude because Turkey had provided a safety guarantee in the region.

The same source emphasized to the newspaper that Turkey was in control of the region for relieving tension in Idlib, and stated: “Military officers might have relied on this guarantee when planning the flight mission. The jihadists were never confirmed to be in possession of MANPADs, but Russia’s Air and Space Force must take this situation into account now as well.”

Syria’s airspace was allegedly closed to F-16s belonging to the TAF following the crash.

The general staff’s fact sheets featured no information on TAF jets’ air bombardments among other details about the operation.

Flights stopped for the aerial defense system?

“This has signified an interruption to TAF’s air strikes, which are one of the TAF’s crucial tools in the Afrin offensive,” commented journalist Metehan Demir on the subject.

Russia’s installation of a new electronic aerial defense system against shoulder-launched missiles aimed at its planes was the reason flights were stopped, according to Hürriyet Ankara correspondent Uğur Ergan’s news piece published in the newspaper today.

“The Afrin airspace is expected to be opened to Turkey’s fighter aircraft once Russia has finished work on the installation. No problems were reported regarding the flight of drones,” the Hürriyet piece read. (PT/PU)

Syria’s Airspace Closed to TSK for Past 4 Days

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Jihadists shot down Russia’s SU-25 in Idlib. 

Today marks the 20th day of Turkey’s military forces’ (TSK) “Operation Olive Branch” against Afrin, launched January 19, 2018.

In light of developments within the region, with Syria’s army’s attack on the PYD, followed by the USA’s army’s retaliatory attack on Syria’s army, another development has caught attention.

A SU-25 plane belonging to Russia had been crashed in the city of Idlib in Syria on February 5. The Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham [Levant Liberation Committee], a group that formed out of Syria-based jihadist group Fateh al-Sham (formerly al-Nusra Front) had claimed responsibility for the attack.

The plane’s pilot, Filipov, “managed to secure a landing despite jihadists’ fire, but blew himself up with a hand grenade when he realized he was cornered,” had reported Russia’s pro-government newspaper Kommerstant.

Russia’s crashed plane: Turkey provided a guarantee

Putin signs decree posthumously awarding “Hero of Russia” title to the pilot. Photo: Sputnik

Another detail drew attention in the piece in Kommerstant. An anonymous source speaking to the newspaper reported the Su-25 had been flying at that altitude because Turkey had provided a safety guarantee in the region.

The same source emphasized to the newspaper that Turkey was in control of the region for relieving tension in Idlib, and stated: “Military officers might have relied on this guarantee when planning the flight mission. The jihadists were never confirmed to be in possession of MANPADs, but Russia’s Air and Space Force must take this situation into account now as well.”

Syria’s airspace was allegedly closed to F-16s belonging to the TSK following the crash.

The general staff’s fact sheets featured no information on TSK jets’ air bombardments among other details about the operation.

Flights stopped for the aerial defense system?

“This has signified an interruption to TSK’s air strikes, which are one of the TSK’s crucial tools in the Afrin offensive,” commented journalist Metehan Demir on the subject.

Russia’s installation of a new electronic aerial defense system against shoulder-launched missiles aimed at its planes was the reason flights were stopped, according to Hürriyet Ankara correspondent Uğur Ergan’s news piece published in the newspaper today.

“The Afrin airspace is expected to be opened to Turkey’s fighter aircraft once Russia has finished work on the installation. No problems were reported regarding the flight of drones,” the Hürriyet piece read. (PT/PU)

Syria’s Airspace Closed to TSK for Past 4 Days

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Click to read the article in Turkish

Jihadists shot down Russia’s SU-25 in Idlib. 

Today marks the 20th day of Turkey’s military forces’ (TSK) “Operation Olive Branch” against Afrin, launched January 19, 2018.

In light of developments within the region, with Syria’s army’s attack on the PYD, followed by the USA’s army’s retaliatory attack on Syria’s army, another development has caught attention.

A SU-25 plane belonging to Russia had been crashed in the city of Idlib in Syria on February 5. The Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham [Levant Liberation Committee], a group that formed out of Syria-based jihadist group Fateh al-Sham (formerly al-Nusra Front) had claimed responsibility for the attack.

The plane’s pilot, Filipov, “managed to secure a landing despite jihadists’ fire, but blew himself up with a hand grenade when he realized he was cornered,” had reported Russia’s pro-government newspaper Kommerstant.

Russia’s crashed plane: Turkey provided a guarantee

Putin signs decree posthumously awarding “Hero of Russia” title to the pilot. Photo: Sputnik

Another detail drew attention in the piece in Kommerstant. An anonymous source speaking to the newspaper reported the Su-25 had been flying at that altitude because Turkey had provided a safety guarantee in the region.

The same source emphasized to the newspaper that Turkey was in control of the region for relieving tension in Idlib, and stated: “Military officers might have relied on this guarantee when planning the flight mission. The jihadists were never confirmed to be in possession of MANPADs, but Russia’s Air and Space Force must take this situation into account now as well.”

Syria’s airspace was allegedly closed to F-16s belonging to the TSK following the crash.

The general staff’s fact sheets featured no information on TSK jets’ air bombardments among other details about the operation.

Flights stopped for the aerial defense system?

“This has signified an interruption to TSK’s air strikes, which are one of the TSK’s crucial tools in the Afrin offensive,” commented journalist Metehan Demir on the subject.

Russia’s installation of a new electronic aerial defense system against shoulder-launched missiles aimed at its planes was the reason flights were stopped, according to Hürriyet Ankara correspondent Uğur Ergan’s news piece published in the newspaper today.

“The Afrin airspace is expected to be opened to Turkey’s fighter aircraft once Russia has finished work on the installation. No problems were reported regarding the flight of drones,” the Hürriyet piece read. (PT/PU)

‘OLIVE YOU’, European Table Olives: Highlight Their Superior Quality and Taste at the GULFOOD SHOW 2018

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“OLIVE YOU” EUROPEAN TABLE OLIVES AT GULFOOD SHOW 2018 NEW YORK, Feb. 8, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — The Panhellenic Association of Processors of Table Olives (PEMETE) extends the presentation of the “OLIVE YOU, European Table Olives” campaign in the UAE. This is a three-year promotional program of PEMETE, co-funded by the European Union, aiming both to […]

AACSB Announces the 2018 Class of Influential Leaders

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Third annual Influential Leaders Challenge celebrates 29 change-makers and their impact on global issues TAMPA, Florida, Feb. 8, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Today, AACSB International—The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the world’s largest business education network, celebrated the positive impact business school graduates are making in communities around the globe as part of the 2018 Influential […]

‫أي أيه سي أس بي تعلن عن دورة 2018 للقادة المؤثرين

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مسابقة أيه أيه سي أس بي للقادة المؤثرين السنوية الثالثة تحتفل بـ 29 من صانعي التغيير وتأثيرهم على القضايا العالمية تامبا، فلوريدا، 8 شباط/فبراير، 2018 / بي آر نيوزواير / — تحتفل رابطة تقدم كليات إدارة الأعمال AACSB International—The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business، (أيه أيه سي أس بي)، وهي أكبر شبكة لتعليم […]

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