The ship commissioned by the Government to intervene on the wreck found at the bottom of the sea off the coast of Cetraro and shed light on the so-called ship of poisons, docked this afternoon at 16,30 at the port of Vibo Valenzia to head, perhaps as early as tomorrow, to the Cosenza coast. . Even if you still don't understand exactly what to do. Yes, because the one moored in the Calabrian port is not the ship that was expected, not the one promised by Minister Stefania Prestigiacomo.
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The ship appointed by the Government to intervene on the wreck found at the bottom of the sea off the coast of Cetraro and shed light on the so-called "ship of poisons“, Docked this afternoon at 16,30 at port of Vibo Valentia to head, perhaps as early as tomorrow, to the Cosenza coast. Even if you still don't understand exactly what to do. Yes, because the one moored in the Calabrian port is not the ship that was expected, not the one promised by the Minister Stefania Prestigiacomo.
It is, in fact, a boat owned by the Geolab company of Naples, one research vessel specialized in subsea research and analysis which would not be equipped for the recovery of the drums contained in the wreck. It is therefore thought that the Mare Oceano will take other photographs and make further samplings of marine flora and fauna because what is certain is that it is equipped with a robot ‘Rov’ (Remotely Operated Vehicle) fourth generation capable of operating in depth and transmitting high-definition images, as well as making withdrawals and possibly detect the radioactivity of the samples taken.
Not too much, therefore, for dissolve all doubts surrounding the investigation started by the prosecutor of Paola and now in the hands of the Dda of Catanzaro and Reggio Calabria. Not enough to tell if it's really the nave Cunski as reported by the repentant Francesco Fonti. Definitely not what he was expecting.
In fact, in recent days the magistrates of the DDA had already indicated that of the removal of some drums to ascertain their contents. And also the Councilor for the Environment of the Calabria Region, Silvio Greco asks to know the exact mission of the Ocean Sea but above all what happened to the ship of the Saipem, an Eni company, equipped for recovery activities, the dispatch of which was announced by the Minister of the Environment at the beginning of October. Of this, no trace ... is it perhaps "to lose" too?