Russia-Turkey Relations Heading Into 'Dead-End,' Putin Says as Turkey Refuses to Apol




 
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Russia-Turkey Relations Heading Into 'Dead-End,' Putin Says as Turkey Refuses to Apol
 
November 26th, 2015  
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Topic: Russia-Turkey Relations Heading Into 'Dead-End,' Putin Says as Turkey Refuses to Apol


Russia-Turkey Relations Heading Into 'Dead-End,' Putin Says as Turkey Refuses to Apol
The remarks came as Moscow tightened control on the import of Turkish goods and threatened widespread economic retaliation in the wake of a Russian bomber being shot down by Turkish jets and Turkey refused to apologize for the incident. Putin described Turkey’s government as "a sponsor of terrorism", saying it profited from the sale of oil by ISIS, and criticized Turkey for refusing to apologize for the shooting down. "We have the impression that the Turkish government is deliberately driving relations with Russia into a dead-end," Putin told a televised gathering of new foreign ambassadors, freshly arrived in Moscow.




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November 27th, 2015  
acton43
 
it's fair play from now on: every time a Russian or a Syrian plane crosses the border into Turkey, according to International law the Turkish have the right to try to shoot it down, and the other way around, every time a Turkish plane crosses the border into Syria,according to International law the Russians and Syrians have the right to try to shoot it down.
 


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