10.16 a.m., June 28, 2021
An employee forgot secret documents from the British Ministry of Defense at a bus stop. Russia responds to the incident with sarcasm and malice: “007 agents are no longer what they were before.”
A bystander discovered the totally wet documents in the southeastern county of Kent and handed them over to the BBC, As reported by the radio on Sunday. There are approximately 50 pages, including emails and presentations.
It will be discussed Possible reaction of Moscow to the course of the destroyer “HMS Defender Through disputed waters In front of the Crimea, annexed by Russia. The department said the employee immediately reported the loss of documents on Tuesday. Investigation began.
007 agents are not what they used to be.
Russia responds to the incident with irony and malice: “007 agents are no longer what they were before,” the spokeswoman for the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Sakharov, wrote in the Telegram news channel. “What do Russian hackers need when there are British bus stations?”
The British government had stressed that “Defender” did – As covered by international law – Choose the fastest route between two points. From Moscow’s point of view, the warship illegally entered Russian territorial waters. The Coast Guard used warning shots and grenades to push the “cannons” away. On the other hand, London talks about a Russian military maneuver and asserts that the destroyer imposed freedom of navigation.
The British Ministry of Defense has now said: “As the public expects, the Ministry of Defense is careful in all the planning.” Therefore ‘all potential factors’ will be taken into consideration when making ‘Operational Decisions’.
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