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Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Zakharova laughed at the restoration of relations of Russia and Turkey

Official representative of Russian foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova called ridiculous statements of the diplomatic corps of Turkey on the possible normalization of relations with Russia.

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According to Zakharova, who is quoted by “Interfax”, such statements by Turkish officials are untrue and defame our country.”

The diplomat reiterated that Turkey should take steps towards Russia, and all necessary measures have been voiced many times since the crisis arose not through our fault”.

Read how the Russians saw in the enemy of Turkey.

She also rejected the possibility of an error of the Russian pilot who could fly from Syria to Turkey. According to Zakharov, this is impossible, since Russian aircraft in the middle East acted in absolute concert with our American colleagues,” who led anti-terror coalition, which includes Turkey.

We will remind that the conflict between the two countries began in November of 2015 after Turkish air force shot down a Russian su-24. The pretext for this was the fact that he had a few seconds crossed the border of Turkey. Objectively prove it, as well as the reverse, soldiers from both sides could not, as the black box of the Russian plane, which had opened in Russia live, was significantly damaged.

At the moment economic and political contacts between Russia and Syria maximize discontinued, in particular, Roskomnadzor blocks access to web sites of travel agencies that offer holidays in Turkey — once the most popular among Russians direction of stay.

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