Black Sea, London warns: we will postpone warships

After yesterday’s incident in the Black Sea with Russia, London has announced that it will again send its warships to international waters off the Crimea. This was announced by Undersecretary George Eustice, reiterating the British version according to which the Russians would not have fired any warning shots at the HMS Defender. Read also “Under international law, you can take the closest and fastest route from one point to another. HMS Defender was sailing in Ukrainian waters, I think in the direction of Georgia, and it was the logical route to take – explained Eustice to Sky News – It’s a very normal thing, quite anyway. What the Russians were doing was a drill, they warned, they often do it in that area. That’s why I think it’s important not to leave. ” when asked if the British will return, he replied: “Yes, of course. We never accepted the annexation of Crimea, those are Ukrainian territorial waters.”

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