Sunday, June 16, 2024

Mi-171 helicopter of Bangladesh Army crashed with Kuwait’ chief of general staff on board

The Mi-171 multi-purpose helicopter of  Bangladesh Army crashed in northeastern Bangladesh.

The Russia-made Mil Mi-171 multi-purpose helicopter of  Bangladesh Army with the chief of general staff of Kuwait Armed Forces Lt Gen Mohammad Khaled Al Khadher & delegation on board crashed in Sylhet (a metropolitan city in northeastern Bangladesh).

As a result of the helicopter crash, there are no casualties or serious injuries.

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