The British media has frightened the Russian cargo vessel
MOSCOW, 14 Feb — RIA Novosti. British newspaper the Daily Star reported that the Russian cargo ship “Kyzyl-60” dangerously close to a vessel of the Royal Navy HMS Enterprise in the waters of the Black sea.
“A ship of the Royal Navy sailed a few meters from the Russian vessel during a demonstration of force in the framework of the NATO mission. A British ship, it seems, barely escaped danger,” the article says the Daily Star.
At the same time, judging by the photos posted on Twitter, the distance between the vessels was much more than a “few meters”. Moreover, it is clear that the British military ship of the Russian cargo ship is not threatened.
.@RoyalNavy encounters Russian Navy while transiting Bosphorus: Mediterranean-bound Echo class @SNMCMG2 flagship & survey vessel @HMSEnterprise crossed paths with Russia-bound #Navy #VF Fleet Auxiliary cargo vessel Kyzyl-60 in the mid-Bosphorus pic.twitter.com/A7qNrMkZj4
— Yörük Işık (@YorukIsik) February 13, 2018
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HMS Enterprise took part in exercises in the Black sea with the aim of “strengthening NATO’s capacity to defend national sovereignty through collective defence,” writes the Daily Star. The return of the Crimea to Russia “has forced NATO to increase patrols in the Black sea”.
The British media have repeatedly published articles with errors and misrepresentations of the facts. So, in November 2017, several tabloids reported that the United States was found the skeleton of the “Russian Ghost ship” “Lyubov Orlova”, which disappeared in 2013. In the media it was noted that the ship “captured Horde of rats-cannibals”. While in the documentary the Science channel, which was referred to the journalists, refuted the assumption that this ship is a missing ship “Lyubov Orlova”. The skeleton was found of the vessel concrete, while a Soviet ship was made mostly of metal. The British edition, however, ignored the comments of the experts.