Lithuania and Dutch company reach deal on scanning sunken An-2

Lithuanian state enterprise Oro Navigacija (Air Navigation) has reached an agreement with Dutch company Mammoet on the scanning of the An-2 plane which recently crashed and sank in the Baltic Sea.

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