Russia dismantled over 100 nuclear submarines

Publish date: August 24, 2004

Russia dismantled 101 nuclear submarines taken out of service in the Russian navy. Interfax reported with reference to a representative of the Federal Agency on Atomic Energy.

According to the Agency, Russia took out of service 193 nuclear submarines. According to the earlier reports, Russia intended to spend about $68m on the nuclear submarines’ dismantling this year. Besides, foreign countries also finance these works quite actively.

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