Russian submarine sank in Sevastopol in annexed Crimea

This is a large floating dock PD-16, which was laid in 1938

On the night of December 15, a floating dock with a submarine B-380 of the Russian Black Sea Fleet sank in occupied Sevastopol.

According to Russian media, the floating dock PD-16 with a decommissioned submarine B-380 sank in the southern bay of Sevastopol. Later the boat surfaced. The Interfax reports.

According to the source, the B-380 submarine is already afloat. Flooding could occur due to the poor technical condition of the floating dock, the operation of which was impossible.

A TASS source said that the submarine does not belong to the Black Sea Fleet. No information on the victims.

As we reported, the Security Service of Ukraine detained a member of the United Russia political party, Igor Kucheryavyi, who is suspected of high treason.

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