JAKARTA, July 27 (JDN.id) – South Korea has committed to find three Indonesian sailors who are missing due the collision of two fishing boats in Japan’s Hokkaido waters, President Moon Jae-in said on Friday.
Two South Korean fishing boats collided on Thursday. One of the boats carrying 38 crew members went sinking. Nearby fishing vessels managed to rescue 35 people, while the rest, all Indonesians, remain missing.
source site During the meeting, both countries have agreed to increase cooperation as a follow-up action towards the two’s special strategic partnership.