A secret documents from the UK Defence Ministry was found at a bus stop in south-east England. This document contained information related to a warship and the British army. This was told in a media report on Sunday. According to the BBC News, the Defence Ministry reported that last week an employee had lost the document somewhere. The secret defence UK documents was later found on Tuesday morning in a muddy spot behind a bus stop in Kent. The documents referred to discussions about Russia’s possible reaction to the passing of the battleship HMS Defender from Ukrainian waters off the Crimean coast.
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One document discussed plans for a possible British military presence in Afghanistan after the end of the US-led NATO operation this year. A Defence Ministry spokesman said, “It would not be appropriate to comment on this” as the investigation has already been started. A person contacted the BBC after receiving a 50-page document and having an idea of the sensitive content contained in it. The BBC says the document contained e-mails and point-by-point presentation details. The document was created in the office of a senior official of the Ministry of Defense.
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A document related to the British Navy destroyer HMS Defender feared a strong reaction from Russia if it passed through Ukrainian waters. The document contained updated information on arms exports as well as areas where Britain could compete with countries in Europe. The briefing notes from last Monday’s session of UK-US defense talks also detailed remarks made in the first month after US President Joe Biden took office. Most of the papers had ‘official sensitive’ marks on them.