Russian sailor from the sunken South Korean ship survived
Rescue operation in Antarctic waters is still ongoing
VLADIVOSTOK. December 14. VOSTOK-MEDIA - The Russian crew member of a South Korean ship that sank in Antarctic waters, told the head of the consular department of the Russian Embassy in New Zealand, Valery Martynov, referring to the New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
According to the diplomat, sailor Vladimir Mashkov was an observer aboard the ship.
On board the South Korean ship with a displacement of 614 tons were 42 people. As reported today in Seoul, Foreign Ministry representatives and the Coast Guard, five people were killed and 17 - were missing. Among the dead - two citizens of South Korea, two Indonesians and Vietnamese.
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