Source Pravda.Ru

A Citizen of Armenia Tried Illegally to Penetrate South Korea

A citizen of Armenia was detained on Wednesday evening by Russian frontier guards in the sea port of Vladivostok (the administrative centre of the Maritime Territory on the western coast of the Sea of Japan).

As has been reported by the press centre of the Pacific Regional Department of the Russian Federal Frontier Service, a 35-year-old man tried illegally to penetrate South Korea in the propeller shaft of the Gamzat Tsadasa motorship. The man had the civil passport of the Republic of Armenia.

The investigation will have to find out who of the ship's crew members and on what conditions helped the unlucky "traveller" in his attempt to cross the Russian state marine border.

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