South Korea’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs: Chinese search and rescue team has arrived at the distress location of the “fingerless mountaineer” in South Korea
[Global Network Report] According to Yonhap News Agency, South Korean Foreign Ministry officials said on the 21st that the Chinese joint search and rescue team, including mountaineers and medical personnel, arrived at the location where South Korean mountaineer Kim Hongbin slipped on his way down the Himalayas, waiting for the weather conditions. After getting better, search and rescue work began.
It is reported that at the request of the South Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs, relevant departments of Pakistan and China have sent teams to help. However, due to the bad weather in the area, rescue helicopters cannot be dispatched.
South Korean "fingerless mountaineer" Kim Hongbin climbed Mount Broat on the border between China and Pakistan on the 18th, becoming the world's first disabled person and the seventh Korean to conquer 14 peaks over 8,000 meters in the world. However, Jin Hongbin fell into an ice crevice during his descent, and his whereabouts are still unknown. South Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesman Choi Young-sun said on the 20th that after receiving the news, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs requested the relevant departments of Pakistan and China to send helicopters for rescue through the local embassy.
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