“The parties discussed a set of measures necessary to prevent similar incidents in the future,” the Russian Foreign Ministry said.

On September 17, the FSB reported that the crew of a North Korean schooner involved in poaching attacked border guards in the Russian waters of the Sea of ​​Japan, resulting in four injured soldiers.

After that, border guards detained 161 DPRK citizens. One of the poachers wounded in the attack on Russian border guards died.

North Korean fishermen will be on ships under guard in the port of Nakhodka.