Sunken An-2 to be inspected by divers, no salvaging plans

The An-2 plane, which crashed and sank in the Baltic Sea in mid-May, will be lifted up from the bottom of the sea for divers to be able to inspect it, Lithuanian Transport and Communications Minister Rimantas Sinkevičius said on Wednesday, adding that there are currently no plans to salvage the aircraft.
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