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Russia’s Mi-35 helicopter made an emergency landing during a patrol mission in Syria due to technical reasons, the Russian Defense Ministry said on Sunday, stressing that the lives of its crew were not in danger. reports that this was reported by Russian media.

"On February 28, 2021, during a routine flight aimed at patrolling the territory of the Al-Hasakah Governorate (the Syrian Arab Republic) the Mi-35 helicopter was forced to land due to technical reasons," the ministry stated.

The Mi-35 helicopter’s crew members were immediately taken to an airfield by a search and rescue service. "Nothing is endangering the pilots’ lives. According to the crew’s report, there had been no fire effect on the helicopter," the ministry stated.

2021.02.28 / 17:54
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