During the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, from December 25, 1979 to February 15, 1989, a Russian plane was shot down and the commander of the Paratroopers Union, Valery Vostrotin, who heads the Russian side of the Russian Committee for Prisoners of War and Soldiers Missing in Battle, For reasons of secrecy.
The pilot was considered dead, the head of the Russian Veterans Organization said, but was found alive after his plane was shot down in 1987 and is likely to be over 60 and wants to go home.
Malaysia's M-17 flight, which exploded in eastern Ukraine in 2014, was attacked by a missile fired by the Russian armed forces, investigators said on Thursday (May 24th, 2018).
The head of the national police crime department in the Netherlands, Wilbert Polisin, said the missile was fired by the 53rd anti-aircraft unit.
Hours after the US withdrawal from the international agreement on Iranian nuclear and a meeting between Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Russian President Vladimir Putin until Israeli missiles began to pour on Syria, where about 50 raids, according to France 24, to return Damascus to strike Israel in the Golan.
Why did not Russia respond to the American strike on Syria? And a message from Putin to the Arab summit
Why did not Russia respond to the American strike on Syria ?, political analyst Dmitry Smirnov, in the newspaper "Komsomolskaya Pravda" wrote: I think that any Russian is cleared of sleep and hear the news of the bombing of the Americans to Syria located in the positions of the Russian army, will be thinking "What is the next step? "" Will it be limited to the Middle East or will it get out of hand? "," Shall we bid farewell to our relatives and go back, or wait a little? "
Moscow's vague reaction to the US raids on Syria b failed Moscow's attempts to save it after failing to pass a Security Council resolution condemning the military strikes by the United States, Britain and France against Syria.
Russia has said that the US strikes did not target its troops in Syria.
American Wars, As the largest US naval and air fleet since the invasion of Iraq heads to Syria, while Moscow is trying to avoid war, US President Donald Trump said the decision on action in Syria would be taken "very soon."
Trump told reporters that his team was "seriously considering" the situation, following an alleged chemical attack on the town of Douma, in the eastern Ghouta near Damascus.
Western powers are believed to be preparing for military strikes against President Bashar al-Assad's forces, but Damascus, a Damascus ally, opposes such action.
US President Donald Trump published a gospel that shocked the world in the atmosphere of the international arena over Syria and the conflict between Washington, Moscow, Beijing and France.
Trump posted on Twitter saying: "The big show tonight on Fox News at 9 pm".
"Russia has promised to drop all the missiles that will be fired at Syria, so get back, Russia, because the missiles are wonderful, new and smart coming," Trump wrote in Tuter.