Names of seven Azerbaijanis on board trawler sunken in Sea of Okhotsk disclosed
Moscow, Russia, April 2
By Orkhan Yolchuyev - Trend:
The names of seven Azerbaijanis on board trawler sunken in Sea of Okhotsk were disclosed.
Azerbaijanis who are the citizens of Russia were among the crew members, the Russian Ministry of Emergency Situations told Trend April 2.
Forty-six-year-old Imadeddin Sadihov (born in Nakhchivan), 51-year-old Mailaga Talybov, 40-year-old Yashar Aliyev are among survivors. According to the preliminary data, 51-year-old Elman Aliyev also survived.
There is no information about 51-year-old Mahammad Safarov, 28-year-old Muradali Maharramov and 56-year-old Fazil Shakarov.
The search operations are underway.
"Far East" fishing trawler sank overnight in the sea of Okhotsk off the eastern Russian peninsula of Kamchatka. The 132-person crew was made up of 78 Russians and 54 citizens of other countries. At least 54 people have died and 15 are missing. The rescued people are suffering hypothermia. The captain and chief mate died.
edited by CN