Georgian rescuers try to rescue Russian climbers
Georgia, Tbilisi, Aug.7 / Trend, N. Kirtskhalia /
Georgian rescuers have today resumed work this morning to rescue four Russian amateur climbers, hit by a rockslide on the top of Tutnuldi in the Svaneti region (Western Georgia).
One of the climbers broke his leg during the rockslide.
Rescuers are aware of the approximate location of the climbers, however, rescue work is complicated because of rockslide danger.
A helicopter with rescuers, supposed to land at a place where Russian citizens are, has left Tbilisi for Mestia (the regional center of Svaneti) this morning.
Russian climbers are in the mountains already for the fourth day, and there is no connection with them. They are located at an altitude of 3,700 meters above sea level.