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Friday, December 9, 2016

A Turkish MP has announced a joke offer to shoot down another Russian plane


The Deputy of the Turkish Parliament from ruling Justice and development Shamil Tayyar declared his tweet with a joke about the fact that after the defeat of the basketball Fenerbahce in the match against CSKA we can expect another downed plane.

Shamil Tayyar (right) with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan

In an interview with TASS Tayyar explained that, in his opinion, the judge in the match demonstrating bias and tweet politics has become a joke, designed to “clear the air”.

Entry Tayyar said: “Well, it is planned to shoot down another Russian plane”. This line has collected a record for the blog of deputies number of likes and retweets: more 9 and 8 million respectively.

Insanın bir daha düşüresi Rus uçağı geliyor!

— Şamil Tayyar (@samiltayyar27) 15 may 2016

In subsequent tweets Tayyar as well as in an interview with TASS, tried to explain that the entry was a joke and urged the Russian media to better understand the humor.

Recall, that the attack by Turkish destroyers on the Russian bomber in November 2015, has led to a sharp cooling between the two countries and the almost complete cessation of economic and political cooperation between them. So, Russia has refused imports from Turkey of most products (the list continues to expand to this day).

The scientists assumed that the subsequent, in 2016, the intensification of the conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh correspondence related to the confrontation between Russia and Turkey, supporting two different sides of the conflict — Armenia and Azerbaijan.

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