The secretary-general of the Nato on Thursday announced the opening of an investigation on the incident denounced by France with the Turkish vessels during an operation control of the UN embargo on arms deliveries to Libya. "The incident in the Mediterranean was addressed meeting by several allies. We've made it so that the Nato military authorities are investigating the incident to shed light on what happened ", said Jens Stoltenberg after a meeting of Defence ministers of the Alliance. "I think it is the best way, now, to do that – to clarify what actually happened ", he added.
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Jens Stoltenberg has also insisted on the need to respect the un arms embargo. "The alliance supports the implementation of the decision of the UN to impose an arms embargo to Libya. We support the efforts of the UN to find a solution to the conflict, " he said.
A behaviour as "extremely aggressive"
France has denounced the behaviour as "extremely aggressive" of Turkey, a Nato member, against a French frigate engaged in a Nato mission in the Mediterranean in an attempt to control a cargo ship suspected of carrying arms to Libya. Of the Turkish vessels which ensured the protection of the cargo then " lit up the Courbet three times with their radar fire control ", was described by the department.
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The minister for the armed forces Florence Parly has denounced the behaviour of Turkey on two occasions during the two days of the meeting of the Defence ministers of the Alliance. She is said to have been sustained by eight countries in order to obtain this investigation.