Russian president is about to deploy a new warship to Syria with the purpose of eliminating terrorists.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is dispatching the Admiral Kuznetsov aircraft carrier – along with 30 deadly jets and attack helicopters – to the war-ravaged region in a bid to wipe the death cult off the face of the earth.
Moscow’s decision came in the wake of ISIS’ latest terrorist atrocities in Bangladesh, which saw 20 hostages murdered in a restaurant in the capital Dhaka and 125 shoppers killed by a car bomb in Baghdad, Iraq.
The 55,000 tonne vessel will be deployed in Middle Eastern waters from October until January, according to Russian military sources.
Putin’s warship is expected to arrive in the Mediterranean this Autumn, where it will link up with land-based Russian forces already deployed in the region.
It will be carrying 15 Sukhoi Su-33 fighters and 15 MiG-29 warplanes, as well as 30 attack helicopters.
The ship’s arrival could ring the death knell for depraved ISIS, which is reportedly on the brink of collapse.
Iraqi forces last week recaptured the former militant stronghold of Fallujah, which was the first city to be taken by the extremists.
ISIS has apparently become increasingly paranoid after losing vast amounts of territory in 2016, slaughtering some of its own members amid fears they could be spies.
In a self-destructive tactic, the death cult have been dipping their own forces in acid in a desperate bid to deter people from leaking information to opposition forces.
The so-called caliphate is also said to have stolen blood and sold sex slaves on Facebook to make ends meet.