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The Russian embassy in Thailand has established the names of another nine Russians not affected by the tsunami
Thus, as of today, the names of 739 Russian tourists who were in the areas of the natural disaster and survived are established. This is said in a statement of the Russian Foreign Ministry information and press department. "By morning January 5, the Russian embassy in Thailand identified 739 Russians who were in the areas of the disaster in the southwest of the country and survived. 10 people are still on the list of those killed," reads the statement. "The efforts of the embassy are now focused on the clearing up of the fate of Russian tourists who, by our data, were possibly in the disaster zone during the tsunami," notes the Russian Foreign Ministry. In particular, after the January 4 First Channel speech by Russian Foreign Ministry official spokesman Alexander Yakovenko who addressed all Russians who vacationed December 26 on the Phuket Island asking them to call the Russian Foreign Ministry operative headquarters at (095) 244-28-20, seven people got in touch. "Russian diplomats continue visiting local hospitals every day to establish the affected Russian citizens [new data are lacking] and assist the relations of those killed," reads the statement. By the latest official data, the total death toll in Thailand's southwest has reached 5,246 people, including 2,464 foreign citizens. The number of those missing is 4,499. The Russian Foreign Ministry has published the list of Russians who could have been in the disaster zone in Thailand during the tsunami and who are still missing. The list published on the official web site of the Russian Foreign Ministry contains 29 surnames.
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