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Saturday, September 23, 2017

Turkey resumed its case against the alleged killer of pilots of su-24


According to Reuters, Turkish prosecutors resumed its case against Alpaslan Celik, a suspect in the murder of the Russian su-24 pilot Oleg Peshkov. The information came immediately after the publication of evidence that Turkish President Erdogan apologized for the death of the pilot, in his letter to Russian leader Vladimir Putin.


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Alparslan Çelik

That in respect of Alpaslan Celik resumed criminal proceedings the Agency said the Turkish official. We will remind that earlier these charges against Celik was charged and he appeared before the court for illegal possession of weapons.

At Monday 27 June it became known that the court Celik was released under recognizance not to leave. It is now being said about reopening the case of the murder of Oleg Peshkov.

We will remind that earlier Russia said that the resumption of relations with Turkey is possible, if President Erdogan will apologize and if the guilty are punished in the death of the Russian officer. The first part of the requirements Erdogan formally fulfilled. In his letter to Putin, he apologized to the family of Oleg Peshkov and said the Turkish authorities had no intentions to shoot down a Russian plane. Erdogan also expressed readiness for any initiative for “relief of pain and the severity of the damage. About the reasons why Erdogan has taken this step and read the article “MK”.

The aggravation of relations with Turkey. Chronicle of events

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