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Deputy Prime Minister of Turkey has denied the loss of 14 ships of the Navy after the coup

Media reported that after the failed coup of the Turkish Navy lost 14 warships, which were allegedly stolen by the rebels. Deputy Prime Minister denied this information.

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On the photo: Mehmet Simsek

The Times previously reported about the disappearance of 14 ships of the Turkish Navy, which was allegedly hijacked a failed coup. According to the publication, on one of the ships is the commander of the fleet of the Turkish Admiral Veysel Kosele.

More: Turkey coup lost 14 ships and the commander of the fleet

It is not excluded that in the sea can be and submarines of the Turkish Navy.

Source RIA Novosti reported that four ships found in the Black sea: one in the open sea, one in the Bulgarian port of Burgas, two in the Romanian port of Constanta.

It is also said that the vessel may be in Greek territorial waters. However, in Athens, information about finding a Turkish military vessels is denied. As reported a source in the defense Ministry of the country, none of the ships of the Turkish Navy in the Greek ports did not come.

Information about the loss of 14 ships has denied the Deputy Prime Minister of Turkey Mehmet Simsek. He called these figures implausible, writes Reuters.

Watch the video on “the Complete picture of a failed military coup in Turkey

A military coup in Turkey in the night of July 16, was not successful. The rebels dispersed, organizers judged. The leader of the coup have called the former head commander of Turkish air force Ozturk. At the moment, the possibility of restoration of the death penalty against participants in the rebellion. Watch the video.

Coup in Turkey. Chronicle of events

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