The American fighter. © Photo : Public domain
WASHINGTON, 11 Oct — the us state Department and the Pentagon declined Wednesday to comment on the publication of the fact that the US closed the air force base on the island of Cyprus, previously spent on it more than $ 70 million.
A Pentagon spokesman in response to the corresponding request asked the reporter to contact the state Department. “We have nothing to add in addition to the report of the office of the inspector General, which was quoted in the report, ABC,” — said in turn, the representative of the state Department.
USA in 2017 “quietly” closed the air force base on the island of Cyprus, which were “unclear goals” and the contents of which took about 71 million dollars, reported ABC, citing a report of the office of the inspector General (OIG) of the Department of state.