17 December 2017
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Memorial to the crew of the trawler "Kartli" unveiled on the island of Gigha

Scotland celebrated the 25th anniversary of the tragic accident: December 18, 1991 on the way to the port of Burgas (Bulgaria) Soviet fishing trawler "Kartli" sank off the west coast of the island Gia in a violent storm. Four crew members were killed. 47 people were rescued as a result of a large-scale rescue operation carried out by British Coast Guard.

The unveiling of the memorial and wreath-laying ceremony was attended by Russian Consul General in Scotland Andrey A.Pritsepov, Lord-Lieutenant of Gigha Patrick Stewart, representatives of the local Heritage Trust, school-children and the public.

Installation of the monument was made possible due to the enthusiasm of the author of the book about "Kartli", an employee of the Institute of Oceanology of the Russian Academy of Science Igor Rakitin and the professor of the Northumbria University Andrey Myachikov with warm support of the Gigha people.





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