German special forces took on board a Turkish ship going to Libya

Ankara protested in connection with the inspection of a Turkish cargo ship in the Mediterranean Sea as part of the European Union's efforts to monitor the ban on arms supplies to Libya. This was stated by the press secretary of the Turkish Foreign Ministry Hami Aksoy.

As part of the operation carried out "with unclear goals", the FRG frigate inspected the MV Roseline A ship flying under the Turkish flag, transporting humanitarian goods and paints and varnishes from the port of Ambarli to Misurata in Libya. According to the press secretary of the Turkish Foreign Ministry, the inspection of the vessel was carried out without the prior consent of the captain, as well as the Turkish state authorities, in connection with which the Turkish side is protesting.

Screenshot from video recorded by a Turkish vessel's internal surveillance camera

It is important to note that such inspection operations are carried out by special-purpose units and provide for the disembarkation of soldiers on board the ship. At the same time, you need to understand that the military were involved in relation to a civilian vessel, and not the Turkish Armed Forces.

Later there was a video, which captures the moment the spetsnaz disembarks on the deck of the ship.

In February, the UN Security Council adopted a resolution on Libya demanding the international community to comply with the arms embargo on this North African country, as well as withdraw all hired contingents located there. Later, German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas announced numerous violations of this ban.
  • Photos used: Brian Burnell / CC-BY-SA-3.0
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  1. Petr Vladimirovich (Peter) 23 November 2020 20: 06
    Finally took care ...
    1. Vladimir Tuzakov (Vladimir Tuzakov) 23 November 2020 21: 01
      On the Libyan Express, R. Erdogan needs to be copied from the Russian Federation, by landing ships, let them try to inspect ... Then the Germans began to show their claws, the first steps are timid, everything will go more boldly, times are changing.
  2. Pandiurin Offline Pandiurin
    Pandiurin (Pandiurin) 23 November 2020 21: 29
    The funniest thing is that they staged a mask show, watched it, but found nothing. I think that when the ship is being loaded, there must be undercover information in the port whether the weapons are being loaded or not.
    If the result is negative, then the goal in this particular case was not so much to catch on the supply of weapons, and the Turks most likely guard such ships, but to humiliate and show the Turks their place.
  3. boriz Offline boriz
    boriz (boriz) 23 November 2020 23: 38
    He wrote many times that they would not let Erdogan go to oil.

    You don't take it by rank!
  4. Dust Offline Dust
    Dust (Sergei) 24 November 2020 06: 28
    I think it’s a snap on Erdogan’s nose!) ... If Erdogan doesn’t answer, it will be the loss of “face” Humiliation for the whole world, this cannot be forgiven ....
  5. amateur Offline amateur
    amateur (Victor) 24 November 2020 06: 59
    board a Turkish ship,

    Nobody took any "ships" for boarding or something like that, because the "ship" is from the sailors. And civilians are a "ship". The name would sound like this: "A German ship has inspected the Turkish (or the next under the Turkish flag) ship ...
    1. Kristallovich Online Kristallovich
      Kristallovich (Ruslan) 24 November 2020 08: 55
      "ship" is for naval sailors. And civilians are a "ship".

      Read the etymology of the word "ship" first
    2. passing by Online passing by
      passing by (passing by) 24 November 2020 10: 23
      on the contrary ...
      Ship. General Slav. Suf. derivative (suf. -j-, bj> bl ') from ship “light ship, boat”. The latter is explained by most scholars as borrowing. from the Greek. lang., where karabos "ship" (whence diminishes - caress. karabion) is raised to karabos "crab" (in this case, the ship could be named for its round crab shape, in contrast to fast elongated ships). However, it seems more convincing for a number of reasons (including the fact that in the Greek karabos the meaning of "vessel" is noted only since the XNUMXth century) the interpretation of the common slav. korabъ as the original Suf for the Slavs. derived from the same base as the bark, box, trough (see). According to this etymology, a ship is literally "a ship that looks like a dugout or wicker vessel covered with leather" (cf. Czech koráb "hollowed out tree", Bulgarian ship "grape trough, water mill trough", etc.). A similar phenomenon in the name of dishes and vessels is observed in a ship (compare dishes), boat (see), trough ("trough" and the contemptuous name of the ship), / corvette (see), etc.

      in this case, the German SHIP inspected the Turkish KORITO (ship)!
      1. Essex62 Offline Essex62
        Essex62 (Alexander) 24 November 2020 16: 25
        For naval sailors, a warship, a passenger ship, a cargo ship or in a hospital ward. Dot. What does etymology have to do with it?
        1. passing by Online passing by
          passing by (passing by) 24 November 2020 16: 35
          Let's turn to the authoritative dictionary of Ozhegov:

          VESSEL, pl. ships, a floating vehicle for the transport of people and goods, for military purposes, water industry, sports.

          SHIP, m. Marine vessel, origin. sailing; now the advantage. about warships, as well as multi-masted sailing ships with straight sails.

          Let's look at the Big Explanatory Dictionary. It contains the following description:

          a ship is a large sea vessel or a naval vessel of any class. A vessel is a floating structure intended for transport, commercial and military purposes, for scientific research, etc.

          those. the tanker also leaves the ship.
          And in general, as you like.
          1. Essex62 Offline Essex62
            Essex62 (Alexander) 24 November 2020 16: 47
            Byada just with highbrows. You should be good at reading, not want to. Dictionaries, then what? Moremans do not care about these fabrications. The ship is only combat and goes. And in dictionaries, he floats.
            1. passing by Online passing by
              passing by (passing by) 24 November 2020 16: 52
              Firefighters also have a sleeve, but for everyone there is a fireman and a hose ... I'm not a moraman and I don't catch anything in an ice-hole ... I think you understand what I mean.
              1. Essex62 Offline Essex62
                Essex62 (Alexander) 24 November 2020 19: 17
                Why would you switch to? It is in vain to be angry, sir. I'm not a Moreman either.
                1. passing by Online passing by
                  passing by (passing by) 24 November 2020 19: 44
                  don't even bother laughing too suspicious, sir.
              2. Motorhead Offline Motorhead
                Motorhead (Alex) 24 November 2020 22: 22
                It’s just that some in their youth were drilled into their heads that the ship was a warrior, and the ship was other Moremans. So they are all sorts of dictionaries in life and not an argument. Comrade midshipman said ..... means a ship.
                1. Vladimir Tuzakov (Vladimir Tuzakov) 25 November 2020 16: 48
                  There is a classification of vessels, dry cargo vessels are passenger. lighter carriers, etc., they are not called ships in any way. Ships are only military, today they call it that ... And pretending to be a hose and a donkey can be called a horse, there is also a relationship ...
                  1. Essex62 Offline Essex62
                    Essex62 (Alexander) 26 November 2020 11: 22
                    Yes, it is useless for them to prove. These are the smartest kids on the internet.
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