Off the coast of Japan was found 11 boats with rotting corpses. Specialists investigating the conflict, imply that the found remains belong to the North Korean fishermen.
In the sea of Japan were found 11 wooden boats with rotting corpses, informs The Independent. As said the adherents of the coast guard, some of the vessels was found up to 20 dead bodies.
Many boats were towed to ports in Japan, but the authorities have not yet decided what to do with them. The last 3 vessels were in the port of Fukui. With all this, on Board one of the boats was found a piece of cloth, resembling a part of the North Korean flag. Additionally, according to some, on the other boat were the words "of the Korean people's army".
These findings have allowed researchers to imagine that the identified remains belong to the North Korean fishermen. As assumes the edition, the food shortages in North Korea could force local residents to go fishing in the open sea. However, it is noted that boats with fishing gear are hard to maneuver. Professionals imply that the vessel is capable of for several months adrift at sea. According to another version, found the bodies may belong to the inhabitants of Japan, who wanted to run away from power.
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