Recently, the Russian Armed Forces announced they had 46.000 elite parachute soldiers ready for warfare if given the command. With plans of further military expansions, it remains unknown how this fighting force will be utilized. However, Russia is heavily involved in conflicts in both the Ukraine and Syria. Thus, their future deployment to these countries cannot be ruled out.

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Student currently living in Denmark. Special focus on news from Syria, MENA map-making and strategical military analysis.

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Marama
Marama
2016-04-16 20:27

finally!

Ali al-Yehud al-Jihadistani
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Ali al-Yehud al-Jihadistani
2016-04-17 04:32

Just do it already.

Mike australia
Mike australia
2016-04-17 05:44

Come on russiaaaaaa ! Obliterate these f***ers !

Mike australia
Mike australia
2016-04-17 05:45

Xx

novytweety
novytweety
2016-04-17 09:15

@wavetossed or the Baltic

Boris
Boris
2016-04-17 12:55

Or the Caucasus