Russian Foreign Ministry: Russia isn't going to begin reciprocal military operations in the Black Sea

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"The speech doesn't go about any possible military operations or to that similar", - the Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman Andrey Nesterenko told journalists in Moscow on Friday.

So he commented on information on calling territorial waters of Georgia of the ship of management of Naval Forces of the USA "Maunt Uitni".

Andrey Nesterenko declared that stay of foreign warships in the Black Sea is regulated by the international agreements, in particular, the Convention of 1936.

"If there is a Convention violation, probably, it has to be a consideration subject in the United Nations, probably, in other international structures because it is a question of violation of provisions of rather known international agreement", - Andrey Nesterenko told.

Excess of quantity of the foreign fighting ships in the Black Sea has to cause also concern of the countries - participants of the Convention, the representative declared the Russian Foreign Ministry.

"Here everything has to be solved in line with those actions which are provided in practice of realization of international law in this respect. We hope that if there are established facts of rough violation of this Convention, the corresponding steps" will be taken, - Andrey Nesterenko told.


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