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Soviet mini-sub discovered in Jarfjord by Norwegian special forces in 1990 | The Barents Observer

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An NRK documentary told a story that was previously unknown to the public about a secret underwater mission carried out by the Soviet Union on the shores of Norway. In 1990, reports of mysterious activity began to come in around the Skipshavn bay on the coast of Jarfjord. Military divers began to search the area, where they found tracks on the seabed floor. Several months later new tracks were discovered that had not previously been there. The Navy Special Operation Command was monitoring the area when a soldier spotted a small submarine, no more than eight meters long, on the surface that dived back under the water.

Source: https://thebarentsobserver.com/en/security/2019/12/secret-1991-mission


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