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Chinese fishermen caught illegally fishing in Mongolian territory

By M.ZOLJARGAL

 

On July 24, border guards of Border Military Unit 0306 noticed light and the sound of an engine nearby, and caught six Chinese citizens fishing at Buir Lake at around 11:30 pm after illegally crossing the Mongolian border. The suspects were fishing from a single boat.

When the border guards tried the apprehend them, the fisherman attempted to flee but were detained by the border authorities. The case is now under investigation.

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