Argentina: Macri says intensify sub search — Navy official

Argentina Navy spokesperson Enrique Balbi revealed on Tuesday the latest details on the search operation of the missing San Juan submarine, after Argentinian President Mauricio Macri visited a Navy base in Buenos Aires. Balbi affirmed that Argentinian President Mauricio Macri has given the go ahead for the Navy to «use all available means to find or detect or locate the San Juan submarine... Еще.» «There are 4,000 people, national and international, working on the operation» and «international help comes from seven different countries» specified the Navy spokesperson. In relation to the sounds that were detected during the search on Monday and that, reportedly did not come from the vessel, Balbi explained that «there are already five ships in the area» that «are sweeping the area exhaustively», in order «to avoid leaving anything up to fate.» The ARA San Juan went missing on Wednesday, shortly after reporting an electrical malfunction. It was 480km (380 miles) off the coast, en route from Ushuaia to its base in Mar del Plata.

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