New WWIII provocations: British Destroyer Equipped With Missiles Enters Black Sea
Will NATO Violate the Montreux Convention? British Destroyer Equipped With Missiles Enters Black Sea:
The British destroyer Duncan has entered the Black Sea. The ship is equipped with Tomahawk cruise missiles and tracking systems. It’s escorted by the Turkish frigate Gaziantep.
Also this news:
Headed to the Baltic states. This is about the American plane Poseidon, which took off today from one of the bases in the UK. The Pentagon didn’t specify its combat tasks. As in the case of the reconnaissance Boeing RC-135, it was reportedly sent to the airspace of Eastern Poland at about the same time. And it happened just several hours after the US complaints about “unsafe actions by Russian aviation.” This is about the Su-27 of the VKS which intercepted the US Orion, also, notably, a scout aircraft, over the Black Sea. According to the US military officials, it came a meter and a half close.
This is that infamous Black Sea incident, from yesterday. Russian Su-27 subverted US spy plane over Black Sea:
Posted on February 1, 2018, in Geopolitical Trends, Russia, USA/EU/West and tagged Black Sea, Crimea, destroyer, Montreux Convention, NATO, Russia, Su-27, Tomahawk cruise missiles, UK, USA, VKS. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.