Rogozin responded to the accusations of NATO in inaccurate air strikes in Syria


MOSCOW, March 2. Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin has responded to the statement of the commander of NATO in Europe, us General Philip Breedlove, accused Russia HQs to use inaccurate weapons in Syria.

“With a sick head on healthy – specialist in bombing Afghan weddings accused us of “imprecise bombing”, – Rogozin wrote on his page on the social network Facebook.

Breedlove, the commander of the United armed forces of NATO in Europe, said Tuesday that “Russian partners are using weapons that do not differ a high degree of accuracy” that, in his words, “leads to a large flow of refugees”.