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SIMFEROPOL, December 14. /TASS/. The Border Guard Service of the Federal Security Service in Crimea contested the information reported earlier by Chernomorneftegaz on the incident with a Turkish vessel, which allegedly did not give way to a convoy of vessels of the company. As a source in its press service told TASS on Monday there were no attempts to stop the Russian vessels or head them off.
"After radio contact the Turkish vessel on the recommendation of the Black Sea Fleet ship and for the purpose of ensuring security of navigation changed its course and safely passed the convoy. The distance between the vessels exceeded 2 marine miles. The Turkish vessel did not attempt to stop or somehow head off from rig mobilization," the source said.