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4 wrecks are planned to be raised in Kamchatka this year

4 wrecks are planned to be raised in Kamchatka this year
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In Kamchatka, they plan to raise four sunken ships this year. In total, more than 80 vessels need to be raised in the water area of ​​Avacha Bay.

It is reported RIA News" with reference to the Governor of the Kamchatka Territory Vladimir Solodov. According to him, it is planned to involve a private investor in this work in order to make a large volume of old ships more expedient and payback at the expense of scrap metal. First of all, we are talking about four ships that are located within the boundaries of the regional port.

Solodov added that the vessel could contain large volumes of fuel and other potentially hazardous substances. Therefore, before the ascent, it is necessary to conduct an environmental impact assessment.

Last year, Rosmorrechflot promised to help To raise sunken ships from the bottom of Avachinskaya Bay to the Kamchatka Territory. First of all, they planned to remove the vessels that are partially afloat, then the rest.

Conduct a general cleaning in the Far East - clear the territory from garbage dumps and ship graveyards commissioned in 2020 by Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin. He announced the problem during a visit to the regions of the Far Eastern Federal District.

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