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Sunday, December 4, 2016

“Dear Mr. President” Erdogan wrote a letter to Putin


Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan sent a letter to the Russian colleague Vladimir Putin. In his message he expressed the hope that relations between the two countries will come to a “distinguished level.”


photo: Alexander Astafyev

In the letter, which begins with the words “dear Mr. President”, Erdogan on behalf of the Turkish people congratulated citizens of the Russian Federation with the last Day of Russia.

“Also I wish that in the coming time, the relationship between Russia and Turkey came to a deserved level”, – quotes the letter of the Turkish President to RIA Novosti.

In turn, Prime Minister of Turkey Binali Yildirim sent a letter to the head of the Russian government Dmitry Medvedev. In it he said that he hoped relations between Moscow and Ankara will come to the level required for the common interest of the inhabitants of the two countries.

We will remind, relations between Moscow and Ankara have been damaged after a Turkish fighter deliberately shot down in Syrian sky, a Russian bomber su-24, killing the crew commander.

In response, the Kremlin has imposed on Turkey’s economic sanctions, including banning the import of a number of vegetables and fruits from this country, as well as closing the Turkish resorts for Russians.

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