Russia Capturing more than 160 people, including North Korean fishing boats Suspected of poaching September 19 0:50
North Korean fishing boats and motorboats have been captured by the Russian border security bureau on suspicion of poaching in Russia's exclusive economic zone in the Sea of Japan, and more than 160 crew members have been detained so far . Because some crew members resisted violently at the time of the seizure, the Russian side is going to investigate the situation at that time in earnest.
On the 17th in Russia's exclusive economic zone located near the center of the Sea of Japan, two North Korean fishing boats and 11 motorboats were seized by the Russian border guard on suspicion of poaching. By the time it was revealed that 161 North Korean crew had been detained.
During the capture, some crew members resisted violently, resulting in four border guards being injured and one of them possibly being shot.
In Russia, if an employee of an organization in charge of security such as the border security office is injured, a life sentence may be imposed in the most severe case. In Russia, an investigation committee was established on the 18th to deal with serious cases. It was.
The Russian side will take the captured North Korean fishing boat and motorboat to Nakhodka, a port city in the Far East, and conduct a full-fledged investigation in the future regarding techniques for poaching and resistance.