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Turkey warned about the likelihood of a catastrophe in the Bosphorus due to mines


Bosphorus in Istanbul ANKARA, Apr 9 Retired Rear Admiral of the Turkish Navy Cihat Yayçi said about the likelihood of a major catastrophe in the Bosphorus due to the presence of drifting mines in the Black Sea, according to him, it is obvious that they were launched into the sea by the Ukrainian side. The Russian FSB noted that the Ukrainian military, after the start of Russia’s special operation in Ukraine, installed about 420 mines on the to the ports of Odessa, Ochakov, Chernomorsk and Yuzhny. The service did not exclude the possibility of the drift of derailed mines into the Bosphorus and further into the seas of the Mediterranean basin due to the current. The Turkish Ministry of Defense announced three times earlier that drifting mines had been found in the Black Sea. oil is supplied to the world through our straits, a critical situation has developed for the world. If one of the ships carrying explosive cargo is blown up by a mine in the Bosphorus, there will be a great danger,” Rear Admiral Gercek Gundem quoted him as saying. it is obvious that the mines were launched into the sea by the Ukrainian side. “There is no reason why Russia should have left these mines. Why should Russia mine the Ukrainian coast so as not to approach it? Why would Russia interfere with its own trade by leaving mines in the Black Sea? Russia ensures the transportation by sea of ​​both crude oil, energy carriers, grain, and other export-import goods.In other words, mines most seriously affect and maritime trade in Russia. Also, Ukraine does not have a warship. Why would Russia put mines in the sea to hinder Ukraine? Therefore, it is obvious that Ukraine left these mines,” Yaychy said.

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