According to the information on the website of the Chinese Embassy in Micronesia, the Chinese
Embassy in Micronesia received information from relevant parties about 2 a.m. local time on January 3.
The Eurasian Leng 6 fishing vessel of Ningbo Eurasian Ocean Fisheries Co., Ltd. of Zhejiang
Province ran aground in the exclusive economic zone of the Marshall Islands.
Sixteen of the crew are Chinese nationals. They are inclined and dangerous of rollover
due to strong wind and waves. The First Time of Chinese Embassy in Micronesia
Contact relevant departments of the Marshall Islands Government through relevant channels to submit rescue requests.
At about 5 a.m. Beijing time on the 3rd, under the coordination of the embassy, Marshall
Islands Maritime Search and Rescue Center, Pan-Tai Fisheries Marshall Company (founded in Shanghai),
The Marshall Trust Company and other local authorities have begun to coordinate rescue
efforts and have consulted with ships near the accident area and the US Coast Guard to dispatch military aircraft to assist.
Upon verification by the Embassy with Eurasian Ocean Company and the fishing vessel, as of 3 p.m. Beijing time,
No signs of continued sinking were found, and the crew were not in danger of life for the time being, and their mood was relatively stable.
The Chinese Embassy in Micronesia will continue to follow closely under the guidance of relevant domestic departments.
To coordinate rescue work and provide all necessary assistance to the shipwrecked crew and their families.