When asked whether this means that they are backin their respective units, Lysenko said: "As soon as they returnyou'll know about it."
According to him, the National Security Councilexpects to receive more information from the pilots as to how theywere shot down. One version is that the missiles were fired fromthe territory of Russia.
Earlier, near the village of Dmitrovka fourSu-25s provided fire support to units of the Armed Forces ofUkraine. After the assignment the terrorists fired anti-aircraftmissiles at them. Despite the anti-missile maneuvers and shootingheat flares, two aircraft were shot down. The pilotsejected.