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Two Ukrainian tourists lost in Georgian mountains

The rescuers cannot reach them due to the weather
19:10, 19 July 2018

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Two Ukrainian tourists lost in the mountains of Georgia two day ago, however, the rescuers cannot reach them due to the weather. They were found near the Tetnuldi peak in the Svaneti region as Interfax reported.

The Emergency Service of Georgia was informed that the group of eight Ukrainian tourists was at the height of more than 4 200 meters above sea level near Tetnuldi peak as two of them have fallen behind. The searches took two days and they were found by a helicopter on July 19.

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The service noted that due to the bad meteorological conditions and complex terrain, the rescuers still cannot reach the tourists.

“As the conditions allow the helicopter to get close, they will be taken. We do not possess the information about their state of the health,” the service noted.

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