Russia, the United States, France, Germany, India and Turkey have offered their assistance in the search for the missing submarine of the Indonesian Navy. ABC News reports about it on April 22.
“The news of the missing submarine is deeply troubling. We will provide any help we can. There is no doubt that the search and rescue of submarines is very difficult, “- quotes journalists from Australian Foreign Minister Maryse Payne.
A day earlier, it was reported that the submarine of the Indonesian Navy stopped communicating during the exercise, which took place near the island of Bali.
It is noted that there are 53 people on board the missing submarine, and the search for the vessel has now begun.
Not far from where the submarine was before disappearing, an oil spill was discovered on Wednesday.
The KRI Nanggala 402 submarine, which was produced in Germany in 1981, conducted training torpedo launches in the waters of Bali, but did not report the results of the exercises. According to the latest data, she disappeared about 60 miles north of the island.
It is also indicated that the Indonesian authorities have requested assistance from Singapore and Australia to find the device.