The death of a Japanese mountaineer who suffered an accident on Spangtek peak has been confirmed. This morning, a rescue team discovered the body of the climber 300 meters below Camp Two. The identity of the mountaineer has not yet been released.

Deputy commissioner Shigar Waliullah Falahi confirmed the tragic news, stating that the search for another missing climber is still ongoing. Rescue operations are being carried out under challenging weather conditions and difficult terrain, adding to the complexity of the mission.

The mountaineering community has expressed deep sorrow over the incident. Spangtek peak, known for its treacherous conditions, has claimed lives before, underscoring the inherent risks of high-altitude climbing.

Authorities are coordinating with local and international rescue teams to ensure the safety of all climbers and expedite the search for the remaining missing individual. Further updates will be provided as more information becomes available.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the families of the climbers during this difficult time

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