Russia's Prosecutor General Vladimir Ustinov plans to leave for Roslyakovo (Kola Peninsula) on Sunday to participate in the investigation on board the Kursk nuclear submarine, a spokesman for the Prosecutor General's Office told RIA Novosti on Friday. The investigation group comprises about 40 investigators, including those from the Chief Military Prosecutor's Office and the prosecutor's offices of the Leningrad Military District and the Northern Fleet, and 10 experts - blast experts and coroners. The investigation on board Kursk is planned to begin on Monday. The investigators will be the first to set foot on the raised nuclear submarine which by that time is expected to be already placed in a dock.
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