Russian warplanes crashed 10 ISIS facilities

10 ISIS targets were crashed by Russian jets in Syria on Monday, according to the Defense Ministry.

Moscow expands its aerial campaign that targeted the Damascus area.

The ministry said in a statement that 10 facilities had been crashed on the sixth day of military intervention of Moscow in Syria.

They have destroyed an ISIS command center and communications hub of Damascus province also in the northern province of Aleppo, around 20 tanks and two ammunition depots in the eastern province of Homs, as well as militant vehicles in northwestern Idlib province.

The head of the Russian parliament’s defense committee said Russian volunteers who have trained their combat skills in Ukraine are also travel to Syria to fight alongside the forces of Assad.

Although Moscow insists that it is only targeting ISIS militants in Syria, Turkey and Germany has doubted Russia about that it was only targeting ISIS militants rather than moderate rebels.

NATO also warned Russia to stay away from Turkish airspace on Monday after the Turkish air force intercepted a Russian warplane strayed into its airspace from Syria.

Russian officers will visit Israel on Tuesday to discuss how to avoid accidentally clashing during the operation in Syria, an Israeli military officer said.

More than 40 Syrian insurgent groups called on regional states in order to build up an alliance against Russia and other big foreign patrons.