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Friday, March 23, 2018

The entry of the British destroyer in the Black sea called “Putin’s message”

The British tabloid press was encouraged by reports that the destroyer of the Navy of great Britain HMS Daring has entered the Black sea. Members of the media called this event “a message” to Russian President Vladimir Putin.

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So, the British newspaper the Daily Express went with a story about how the Royal Navy ship HMS Daring entered “the backyard of Putin.” According to the newspaper, these “bold steps” in London are a reaction to the statement by the chief of the Russian Navy about the ability of the Russian Navy to take control of the situation in any part of the world ocean.

The Daily Mail is considering sending a ship in the Black sea as a “message” to Vladimir Putin. “Well, as you like it, Vlad?” – a question addressed to the Russian President, the title of the article. Journalists of the tabloid emphasize that the Navy has taken this step a few months after the Russian ships passed through the English channel on the way to Syria.

On the website of the Daily Star published an article titled, “warship of the Royal Navy is sent to the threshold of Putin in revenge for the invasion of the English channel”. By this statement posted a video of launching anti-aircraft missile Aster with destroyer HMS Daring a few kilometers from Russia. According to British journalists, these images “bring the Kremlin into a rage”.

As reported by RIA Novosti military-diplomatic source, the onshore radio facilities, and aircraft of the black sea fleet will track the movement HMS Daring, which entered the Black sea for joint exercises with the Navy of Romania.


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