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The Russian and foreign sailors who rescued the Russian AS-28 submersible will be awarded medals
The Russian and foreign sailors who rescued the Russian AS-28 submersible will be awarded medals, according to a request put forth by Russian Defense Minister Sergei Ivanov at a meeting with President Vladimir Putin Wednesday. Putin backed the idea. The Russian Priz submersible, with seven crewmen onboard, became entangled in fishing nets and cables at a depth of 200 meters (about 620 ft) in the Berezovaya Bay near the Kamchatka Peninsula (the Pacific) August 4. The mini-submarine surfaced at 4:19 p.m. local time (3 a.m. GMT) Sunday, August 7, after the British Scorpio rescue vessel cut through all the ropes trapping the submersible.
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