The footage published by RIA Novosti shows how Russian border guards are approaching one of the schooners.
On September 27, it became known that in the exclusive economic zone of Russia in Primorye, three schooners and several motobots with 262 fishermen-poachers from the DPRK were detained.
In addition, on September 17, as a result of an attack by North Korean poachers on Russian border guards, four servicemen were injured. After that, FSB officers detained more than 160 DPRK citizens.
Spokesman for the Russian President Dmitry Peskov said that the situation with poachers requires vigorous measures.