Argentine President Mauricio Macri called for an inquiry into the truth of the ARA San Juan submarine’s disappearance, speaking at a press conference in Buenos Aires on Friday. Speaking from the headquarters of the Argentine Navy, Macri said that the submarine’s disappearance has “moved all Argentines,” and called for a “serious investigation that yields certainties” on the reasons for the... Еще incident. He also called on the nation to unite in “respect” for the pain caused by the disappearance. He applauded the 44 crew members of the submarine for their “heroism” and “courage,” and expressed closeness to their family members, as well as to the Argentine Navy. Macri stressed his commitment, as “President of all Argentines,” in finding the truth. The ARA San Juan with a crew of 44 went missing on Wednesday 16, 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. Earlier on Friday, the Argentine Navy stated it had not yet located the submarine.