The officials still beat about the bush. According to the press-secretary of Russia’s vice-PM Ilya Klebanov, in the course of operation in the Barents sea the divers didn’t find any documents containing information about the reasons of the wreck. Meanwhile the situation with the second note, found at one of the sailors, clears up. General director of the Central Design Office “Rubin” Igor Spassky said today that the author of the second note was not defined yet. “This is not a note as we usually understand it”, - said Spassky.- “This note as well as the one found at Dmitry Kolesnikov, had been written on improvised means”, - he explained. In particular, according to him, the second note had been written on a book, found in 9th compartment near a sailor’s body. “It is necessary to make several examinations, including the graphological one, in order to define the author of the note”, - said Spassky. Spassky does not know about the log-book found in the 4th compartment. At the same time he doubts that it could contain any information indicating the reasons of the wreck, “Interfax” reports. “It happened to fast”, - stressed the head of the Central Design Office. He also denies that the divers managed to lift from the 3th compartment the equipment containing important information. “It’s impossible. The divers even failed to penetrate into the compartment,” - he states.
The Russian army dealt an irreparable blow to Kyiv and the United States, destroying a large ammunition depot in the Cherkasy region. More than 300 HIMARS rockets were destroyed there. And this is a major success, said Yury Knutov, director of the Air Defense Forces Museum.