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|Part of the Third Great War|
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|Commanders and leaders|
| Masheer al-Assad
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| Sarasir Army
Sarasir Air Force
Sarasir Republican Guard
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128. Mechanized Combat Regiment
13th Combat Strike Squadron
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|Casualties and losses|
Estimated 7,000 to 10,000
Estimated 6,000 to 10,000
|Civilian casualty estimates range from 1,500 to 30,000|
The Antiden–Sarasir War is an ongoing military conflict between the Republic of Sarasir and the Republic of Antidem. Though starting before the official commencement of the Third Great War, the quick involvement of Republika Srpska on the side of Sarasir and Grozav Inima on the side of Antidem quickly transformed it into a part of the wider, global conflict.
Al-Infitar missile attack
On 19 January 2017, the 69th Missile Brigade of the Sarasir Army launched a battery of four al-Infitar short-range ballistics missiles at the brigades of the Antiden Army that have entered Sarasir territory. The missiles caused a large amount of damage, helping the Sarasir Army and the Sarasir Republican Guard repel against the Antiden Army. Sarasir has managed to push Antiden forces back, nearly beyond the border, and only with a few remaining ground holdings in the south. Following this event, the Republic of Grozav Inima intervened in the war three days later after the missile attack.