Navy spokesperson Enrique Balbi stated on Friday that the search for the missing ARA San Juan submarine has no end in sight, during a press conference in Buenos Aires on Friday. “There is no date for the search and rescue mission of ARA San Juan submarine to end», Balbi announced. Navy spokesperson assured that the search mission’s priority remains “to rescue the 44 crew members”. Following... Еще this, the Navy will consider the possibly of bringing the submarine once more to the surface. “None of the hypothesis or scenarios have been discarded yet”, Balbi said. The official explained that additional sub-aqua detection equipment would arrive from Russia and be used by the end of the weekend. The ARA San Juan went missing on Wednesday, November 16 with a crew of 44, 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.