Azerbaijani MiG-29 crashed, fell into Caspian Sea
The board of the Azerbaijani Air Force suddenly disappeared from radar screens during a training flight, RIA Novosti reports with reference to the press service of the Azerbaijani Defense Ministry.
“According to the preliminary version, the plane crashed and fell into the Caspian Sea,” the military department said.
It clarifies that the incident occurred on the eve at about 22:00.
Now urgent measures are taken to search and rescue the pilot.
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