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Argentina is studying the purchase of a submarine to reinforce defense

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Four years after the sinking of the ARA San Juan, the Government started to take steps for the acquisition of a submarine for defense purposes to give a signal not only to the Argentine military but also to the countries that look at the South Atlantic as a strategic space at world level.

The Minister of Defense, Jorge Taiana, already held talks with the French company Naval Group to sound out the possibility of purchasing a submarine to replace the loss of the ARA San Juan that cost the lives of 44 crew members in November . . .

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