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Năvodari. A marine mine was discovered by a fisherman, and a military ship of the Romanian Naval Forces went on a mission to investigate the situation off the Black Sea, about 70 kilometers from Cape Midia. The minesweeper and nets “Vice Admiral Constantin Bălescu”, with a group of demining divers on board (EOD – Explosive Ordnance Disposal), were sent today, March 28, on research and intervention mission in a maritime district located at a distance of approximately 39 nautical miles (70-72 km), off the Black Sea, across from Capu Midia, where a drifting sea mine was reported, the Ministry of National Defense announced. The mine was destroyed after a six-hour operation. The minesweeper had a crew of divers specially trained for such missions, and they managed to neutralize the mine. The mine was observed, this morning, by the Romanian fisherman “Olimpus 1”, whose commander informed the Romanian authorities, on the official channels, around 08.10.
Inspectoratul pentru Situaţii de Urgenţă “Porolissum” Sălaj recomandă, pe această cale cetăţenilor, ca la găsirea unor elemente de muniţie neexplodată, să anunţe cel mai apropiat post de poliţie sau pompierii la numărul unic de urgenţă 112
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