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Cyprus issues anti-Navtex in response to Turkish message

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The Cypriot authorities have issued an anti-Navtex after a Navtex was issued on Saturday by Turkey for exercises in the Bay of Morphou, sources told the Cyprus News Agency on Sunday.

The Turkish Navtex apparently refers to Russian military exercises with firings and will violate the area under control of the Republic of Cyprus.

The exercises are scheduled between April 1 and 28.

The anti-Navtex said they violate the Republic and are against international law.

 

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