The condition of six sailors rescued from a dry cargo ship that sank in Turkey is assessed as satisfactory. Rosmorrechflot informed TASS agency about it.
It is clarified that the rescued are doing well.
The company noted that among the found crew members there is a Russian. It turned out to be the ship's chief engineer.
Earlier, the operation to rescue the sailors of a dry cargo ship that sank in the Black Sea off the coast of Turkey was suspended due to bad weather conditions. According to the latest data, four of the 12 crew members were killed. Among those on board were two Russians: Vitaly Galenko, Nikolai Klimov. The rest are citizens of Ukraine. The ship was owned by the Ukrainian company Arvin Shipping LTD.
The motor ship performed a flight from Georgia to Bulgaria and sank off the coast of the Turkish province of Bartin around 1 pm on Sunday, January 17. According to preliminary information, bad weather became the cause of the incident.