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Thursday, April 27, 2017

Peskov confirmed “sorry,” Erdogan announced his talks with Putin

Press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov confirmed the information that the head of Recep Tayyip Erdogan apologized for the downed downed su-24 in the skies over Syria. According to him, this important Moscow appreciated. Already set the date of the first meeting with Vladimir Putin.

photo: Natalia Muslinkina

Dmitry Peskov who reported on the received from Erdogan a letter of apology for the downed su-24 HQs of the Russian Federation in the skies over Syria, confirmed that the letter is the word “sorry”, and it is consistent with the Turkish language. “In the message words associated with the expression of regret, is the word “sorry” is something, and more”, — noted the official representative of the Kremlin.

According to him, this is an important step towards the restoration of bilateral relations, but a few days to normalize fails.

“Work in this direction will continue,” he said, announcing the first after the deterioration of relations the negotiations of heads of two States.

“At the initiative of the Russian side held a telephone conversation of President Putin and President Erdogan” — quoted Peskov RIA Novosti.

At the same time, the letter commented on the Prime Minister of Turkey Binali Yildirim. He noted that Ankara only apologized, but no compensation cost Russia shot down a bomber out of the question.

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

“Negotiated apology”: what’s behind the letter of Erdogan to Putin

The aggravation of relations with Turkey. Chronicle of events

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