Vladimir Dobrovolsky. The Creator of the article, the European online newspaper Euobserver Andrew A. rettman, who wrote on Wednesday about the sale by France to the European Union was built by order of the Russian Federation helicopter, confirmed, because It was an April fool's joke.
"It was a joke. I am shocked that someone who is knowledgeable in the European Union, could believe It, " said Andrew A. rettman Last news .
first European external action service said Last news that the story is about an April fool's joke, which should not cause misunderstanding.
in the publication mentioned about the fact that France has decided to give the European external action service two " Mistral ", 1, ? 2 billion for who allegedly agreed to pay the European Commission, the European defence Agency and the Euro Central Bank. Ship Sevastopol, according to the article, it was planned to rename the "Junker" in honor of the President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker and in 2016 to place in Riga. The second ship, as if it is obliged to receive the head of European diplomacy Federica Mogherini and be located near the Italian island of Lampedusa.
a contract for production and delivery of 2 helicopter type "Mistral" was concluded between the French DCNS/STX and Rosoboronexport in 2011. France had to give 1st ship "Vladivostok" in November of last year, it was announced date 14 November, but it never was. In the early winter of French Prime Minister Manuel Valls said that he considered the conversation about a possible failure of the Treaty " premature ". Russia is waiting for France or delivery of the ships, or money back.
now against transfer of vessels actively serve the United States. Paris, on the one hand, declared that the execution of the Treaty with Russia, and the back - links the transfer of the court with progress in resolving the situation in Ukraine. The source of the Last news in the shipping industry have said before, that North America has proposed building a "Mistral" STX to fulfill an order for the construction of the American civil airliner.