Experts will finish their work on "a vast amount of documentation received as a result of examination of the area of the Kursk submarine disaster by the research ship "Academician Mstislav Keldysh" in the evening October 12. Deputy Prime Minister Ilya Klebanov, who is the head of the government commission for investigation of the Kursk disaster, told this information to reporters yesterday. These materials will be analyzed in detail at a meeting of the government commission in St. Petersburg on Friday, and "probably, it will be possible to say something more definite about the cause of the disaster." Klebanov said that "very detailed" materials had been received, because Mir submersibles that were used in the submarine disaster area examined everything "very thoroughly." Yet, Klebanov pointed out that none of the theories of the disaster had become dominant so far. The government commission will elaborate on a plan for recovering bodies of the dead submariners from the sunken submarine on Friday October 13. - RBC informs.
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