Putin awarded the Medal of Courage to the crew of a Russian military plane mistakenly injured by Azerbaijan
November 14, local time, Russian President Vladimir Putin awarded the Medal of Courage to the three crew members of the Mi-24 helicopter accidentally shot down by the Azerbaijani military.
According to news from the Kremlin’s official website on the 14th, Putin awarded the Medal of Courage to Lieutenant Vladislav Griazin, Major Yuri Ischuk (deceased) and Lieutenant Roman Feding (deceased) in recognition of their The courage, courage and dedication shown in performing military duties.
On November 9, local time, a Mi-24 helicopter from the Russian military base in Armenia carried by three people was hit by ground air defense fire and crashed over Armenia outside the Naka conflict zone, causing 2 deaths and 1 injury to the crew. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Azerbaijan subsequently stated that this tragic incident was caused by a misfire by the Azerbaijani military.
On November 10, President Aliyev of Azerbaijan called Putin and apologized for accidentally hitting a Russian helicopter during the conversation.
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