What happened in Syria? Versions as much as opinions. Each "expert" has some of his own data, despite the fact that he has never been to Syria, is not related to PMCs or the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, and indeed doesn’t represent anyone or anything.
However, some facts emerge on their own. But they still need to be able to figure it out.
Russian journalist Maxim Shevchenko asked a few questions about the situation in Syria to the domestic military journalist, a participant in the hostilities in Serbia and Transnistria, captain of the reserve Vladislav Shurygin. Vladislav often visited Syria already during the conflict and is well aware of the events a week ago.