Lithuanian military helicopter rescues Russian sailor

The Lithuanian military conducted an operation to rescue a Russian sailor using the multi-purpose helicopter Dofin of the Lithuanian Navy.




According to the press service of the Lithuanian Navy, at 2 o’clock in the morning the coastal services received a message saying that on board the Moskovsky Prospekt tanker, located near the Butinge oil terminal five kilometers from the coast, there was a sailor in dire need of medical care.

The rescue coordination center, which received the signal, transmitted information to the Lithuanian Navy, which promptly organized an operation to deliver the Russian sailor from the tanker to the medical facility in Klaipeda.

The report states that the 32-year-old Russian sailor injured his arm. At present, he has been provided with the necessary medical care, and nothing threatens his life and health.

In this situation, the good news is that, despite the Russophobia being fueled by the Lithuanian authorities, at the level of human relations, the Lithuanians are ready to help the Russians. There is no doubt that in a similar situation, if the Lithuanian was in trouble, the Russians would have done exactly that.

Recall that on October 16, between Vilnius and Moscow, agreements were reached on the exchange of prisoners: Lithuania will transfer Russia the FSB officer of Russia Nikolai Filipchenko in exchange for the Lithuanian citizens convicted in 2016, Eugene Mataitis and Aristidas Tamoitis.

In addition, the list includes a Norwegian citizen convicted in Russia and another Russian.
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  1. Pishenkov Offline
    Pishenkov (Alexey) 18 October 2019 14: 33
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    I traveled by car to work from Poland through Kaliningrad to Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and vice versa. He spoke, naturally, everywhere and everywhere in Russian. There were no problems anywhere from the word at all. The only thing is that the young people who did not live in the USSR anymore do not understand Russian well, but they tried very hard and everywhere they came out to meet, all the local Russians and the local “natives” were very nice. wink That is, I didn’t notice even a hint of a certain negative because of the Russian language ... I understand that those who live there are, of course, more difficult from different angles, but still pleasantly surprised ...
    1. Cetron Offline
      Cetron (Peteris) 18 October 2019 18: 11
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      We were with my family in Germany. Heat. The wife asks: buy cold Fanta. A small cafe with a window on the street, I go up and say: Fanta. Seller: Orange or Apel, but rather go inside, our air conditioner works (of course, in Russian).
      1. Artie Offline
        Artie (Artyom Korolev) 19 October 2019 11: 25
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        Apparently, the former GDR?
        1. Cetron Offline
          Cetron (Peteris) 19 October 2019 12: 55
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          No, south of Germany, Ravensburg.
  2. steelmaker Offline
    steelmaker 18 October 2019 19: 37
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    I agree. Even in Russophobian countries there are decent, kind citizens. But I cannot understand why these kind, decent people vote for Russophobic politicians?
    1. 123 Online
      123 (123) 18 October 2019 22: 07
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      It’s just that others are being screened out before the elections.
  3. And after the war, Klaipeda was Russian .....
  4. Artie Offline
    Artie (Artyom Korolev) 19 October 2019 11: 24
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    The population is more or less, but the authorities there are rotten.