Russian plane Tu-134, seized by terrorists in March of the current year, will rise in the sky again in May. The repairing, which was required after the operation by Saudi Arabia special forces to release the hostages, cost 500,000 rubles (about $17,850). The name of the stewardess Yulia Fomina, died during the operation, will be inscribed on the plane’s fuselage. According to Russian authorities, if Russian special forces were allowed to arrive in the Muslim kingdom, there would probably be no victims. Moscow can reconcile itself with the damage of the plane. But the death of the stewardess overshadowed the enjoyment over the hostages’ release. Nevertheless Saudi authorities decorated all the participants of the operation. Yulia Fomina’s murderers got rewards and money.
"There should be no Russian who goes to sleep without wondering if they're going to get their throat slit in the middle of the night,” Milley said