UK’s HMS ‘Defender’ route was provocation, secret docs found AT BUS STOP reveal

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The BBC has claimed that it received almost 50 pages of classified documents which reportedly contain details about the route of the Royal Navy’s HMS ‘Defender’, which Russia claims breached its waters in the Black Sea last week. Moscow has met the way the docs were discovered – at a bus stop, that is – with mockery.

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