Indonesia’s navy has formally ended its efforts to salvage the KRI Nanggala-402 submarine, which sank in April in waters off Bali island, resulting in the deaths of all 53 on board, a navy spokesman says.
Found in three elements at a depth of 840 metres, authorities had acknowledged the difficulties of retrieving the vessel, regardless of help from international locations across the area, together with China, Australia and Malaysia.
“The salvage effort is over,” spokesman Julius Widjojono stated, including that some elements of the Nanggala stay on the ocean ground.
The 44-year-old submarine misplaced contact with the navy within the early hours of April 21 whereas making ready to conduct a torpedo drill within the Bali Sea.
The incident had sparked a determined, worldwide search and rescue effort to find the submarine earlier than its oxygen provides had been exhausted.
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