The weather may affect these plans although the forecast is good for now, he said.
Evacuation will involve the Mi-26 heavy helicopter and two An-74 planes, he continued.
On Friday the aircraft will move to Spitsbergen or a populated place on Franz Joseph Land in the Arctic ocean. On the next day they will go to the SP-32.
Evacuation proper is planned for Saturday, March 6, because the bright time of day is required, Sokolov went on to say.
All members of the SP-32 are in good health and nothing is threatening their life.
On Wednesday night the station got in the ice compression zone as a result of which a wave of ice blocks was formed, engulfing part of the living and service premises. Twelve members of the SP-32 have not suffered. The station was initially planned to end work on March 20.