British security documents found at a bus stop

Sensitive security documents describing the British Army were found at a bus stop EnglandThis was reported by the BBC on Sunday.

Secret documents include plans for a British military presence in Afghanistan and a discussion of possibilities. Russian The British Warship Corporation (BBC) last week responded to the British warship HMS Defender’s voyage off the coast of Crimea.

A member of the public who wanted to remain anonymous called Tuesday after a pile of documents – a total of 50 pages – that was found Tuesday in a wet pile behind a bus stop in southeastern Kent. London.

UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock has stepped down after photos showed him kissing an aide.

According to the Ministry of Defense, an employee reported missing documents last week.

“The ministry has taken information security very seriously and has opened an investigation,” he said in a statement. “Further comment is inappropriate.”

Defender HMS Russia On Wednesday I was traveling in the Black Sea south of Crimea Moscow Says regional water. Many countries including: United Kingdom. Do not accept that Russia annexed Crimea in 2014 Ukraine This area is considered Ukrainian water.

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Russia It said one of its warships fired warning shots in response to the destroyer’s storm, but Britain denied it, saying the warship was not in Russian waters. The Ministry of Defense said the ship was carrying “a safe route through Ukrainian territorial waters under international law.”

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