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Sailor in Primorye receives accolades for rescuing FSB officer


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Vladivostok, April 14 – A sailor from Primorye was awarded the Investigative Committee of Russia Medal “For High Citizenship” for his rescue with a fellow FSB officer who was thrown into cold water from a boat in Kamchatka by three poachers, Eastern Regional Investigative Service to convey ICR reports.
“In a solemn atmosphere, a 21-year-old sailor from the Primorsky Territory was awarded the medal of the Russian Investigative Committee“ For high citizenship ”… By the decision of the Chairman of the Russian Investigative Committee Alexander Bastrykin, Vladimir Tishkevich was awarded an administrative medal for his high civilian qualities, ”he states. says the report.
In the production of detectives was a criminal case on three men. They are accused of throwing an on-duty FSB officer off the ship into cold water in March 2022, while on a boat in Rakovaya Bay, 25 meters from the pier of the Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky Shipyard.

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The law enforcement officer swam to the shore, but could not get out of the water, because it was equipped with a high concrete mooring structure. The investigation indicates that the FSB officer may have died of hypothermia. Two sailors came to the aid of the guy – Vladimir Tishkevich and Alexander Lopatin. They pulled him out of the water to the pier, took him to a warm room, gave him warm clothes, gave him first aid and called doctors.
The second sailor will also receive the department award in the near future.
The investigation department of the News Agency explained that the three men who threw the law enforcement officer into the water were fishermen. Their case is pending in court.

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