On Tuesday, December 4, during a regular flight from the radar suddenly disappeared military aircraft su-25.
The incident occurred in Armenia with the plane of the air forces of the country. This writes Politeka.
The stormtrooper disappeared from radar literally 14 minutes after takeoff.
It is known that the attack took off from the airport in Gyumri at 10:06 in the framework of a training flight. However, at 10:20 contact communication with them was lost and since then his whereabouts is not known.
This flight was carried out according to the plan of daily training.
In Armenian defense Ministry noted that immediately began an operation to search for the missing vessel. Press Secretary of the Ministry Artsrun Hovhannisyan said that on Board the su-25 were two people.
It should be noted that in the Armenian city of Gyumri the 102nd Russian military base. On 20 August 2010, Russia and Armenia extended the period of validity of the agreement on the base until 2044.
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