Body of dead climber from Ukraine found in mountains in Georgia
Georgian rescuers found the body of a young man on the mountain Ushba
In the mountains of Georgia, was found the body of a dead climber from Ukraine. It is reported by Rustavi2.
Georgian rescuers found the body of a young man on the mountain Ushba. According to the "Echo of the Caucasus", the guide Natalia Nikolashina confirmed the death of a climber.
The deceased in the mountains of Georgia man is a citizen of Ukraine. This information was confirmed by a representative of the Department of Consular Service of the MFA of Ukraine Oresta Starak.
According to the diplomats, the body will be transferred to Ukraine in the coming days. "Probably, the body will be repatriated to Ukraine in the next two days," - said Starak.
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