K-159 to be inspected in May or June

Publish date: April 21, 2004

The expedition to the sunken K-159 needs a good weather, Severnaya nedelya reported.

The specialists of the design bureau Malakhit presented their salvage project to the navy in the end of last year. However, some details of the operation have to be clarified beforehand during the sub’s hull examination. The salvage operation will be first tested at the site of the St Petersburg Central Science Research Institute. The specialists of the Severodvinsk State Centre for Atomic Shipbuilding and the Belomorsk navy base can be engaged in the operation, Severnaya nedelya reports.

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