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Sunday, 13 December 2015

Russia discharge Turkey pontoon cautioning shot

Russia says one of its warships discharged cautioning shots at a Turkish angling vessel in the Aegean Sea to maintain a strategic distance from an impact.

A Russian resistance service explanation said the Turkish vessel drew nearer to 600m (1,800ft) preceding dismissing in light of Russian little arms fire.

The Turkish military attache in Moscow has been summoned to the remote service over the episode.

Relations stay strained over Turkey's shooting down of a Russian aircraft.

The warplane smashed in Syria in a month ago's conflict, with Turkey keeping up it crossed into its airspace. Russia debate this.

In the most recent episode, Russia's resistance service said its frigate Smetlivy recognized the angling pontoon when it was 1,000m (3,000ft) away heading towards the Russian vessel's starboard side.

"Notwithstanding various endeavors by the group of the Smetlivy, the team of the Turkish angling watercraft did not reach and did not react to visual signs by semaphore or cautioning flares," the service said in an announcement.

To keep an impact, "little arms were let go toward the Turkish vessel from a reach that is not deadly."

Russian military vessels are included in Russia's intercession against dissidents in Syria.


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