Jueves, 25 de abril, 2019 | 9:42 pm

La flota rusa no tocará los puertos de España

Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks at a meeting with a group of top level U.S. and Russian diplomats, former government ministers and Cabinet secretaries  in the Novo-Ogaryovo residence outside Moscow, Friday, July 13, 2007. President Vladimir Putin said Friday that relations between the United States and Russia should be free of shifting political trends, as a group of influential top diplomats, ministers and Cabinet secretaries met for a conference on the two countries' uneasy relationship. (AP Photo / Sergei Chirikov, Pool)
Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks at a meeting with a group of top level U.S. and Russian diplomats, former government ministers and Cabinet secretaries in the Novo-Ogaryovo residence outside Moscow, Friday, July 13, 2007. President Vladimir Putin said Friday that relations between the United States and Russia should be free of shifting political trends, as a group of influential top diplomats, ministers and Cabinet secretaries met for a conference on the two countries' uneasy relationship. (AP Photo / Sergei Chirikov, Pool)


El Ministerio de Defensa de Rusia aseguró ayer que no llegó a solicitar oficialmente a España autorización para que el portaaviones “Almirante Kuznetsov” realizara una escala en el puerto de Ceuta.

“El Ministerio de Defensa nunca remitió ninguna solicitud a las autoridades españolas”, afirmó Ígor Konashenkov, portavoz castrense, en un comunicado.

El general subrayó que la flotilla rusa que se dirige al Mediterráneo Oriental “está equipada con todas las reservas y recursos para cumplir con su misión de navegación en los lejanos mares y océanos.