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As a Russian SU-27 goes out for a planned mission and the Russian air force are still in contact with their SU-27 on the 24th, as the plane seems to fly at an altitude of 7,500 meters they apparently lost contact on the 25th. As they started an extensive search with aircraft and helicopters even with men on the ground, they can't find the missing plane. Also, the search had been trouble by a cyclone at the last known location. The remote East defense site seems to have one strange fact, which a UFO had sided at the crash. But they never found any debris nor the beacon was found, that could indicate where the pilot could have ditched or crashed.
The CIA would certainly be interested in Russian assets. As far as "mysteriousness" goes, the text is a quote from the Russian military newspaper.
So the CIA seemed to have the interest in this story and also the mysteriousness of how this could happen.
What makes you think it was "sudden?" You aren't thinking it's a tornado, are you?
But the fact that the Russians report a UFO at the crash site and a sudden cyclone starts to obstruct the search party looks strange to me too..
The transmission specifies the source and says it was in Russian, meaning it was translated to English (hard to say how accurately). Read the .er.
If it was quoted text from the Russians , why using the word UFO mysterious fact!
Does the word "sudden" appear in the article or did the OP make that up?