American found a bottle with a message in Russian language of Soviet times


www.vsyako.netPhoto: Tyler Ivanoff page in Facebook

A resident of the U.S. state of Alaska Tyler Ivanoff (Ivanoff Tyler) found a message in a bottle from Vladivostok. About an unusual discovery, he said on his page in Facebook.

“Today I found a note in a bottle — written by Ivanoff on 5 August, accompanied by a post with pictures of letters. — Among my acquaintances there are those who can translate the text from Russian into English?”

The post became viral and gathered hundreds of retweets and dozens of comments. Many Internet users love to come to the aid of the Americans and transferred him a note.

In the letter the author said that he served on the depot ship “Sulak” in Vladivostok. He asked the finder of the bottle person to write the crew “Vostokrybprom” and indicated the exact address. “Wish You good health, long life and a happy voyage,” concluded the message man. A note dated 20 June 1969.

In early July, it was reported that the family from Britain while on holiday in Spain dropped in the sea a message in a bottle. The letter allegedly came a long way on the water and ended up in the Moscow river. It found Muscovites Sasha and Alex.

Video, photo All from Russia.


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