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Friday, January 13, 2017

Turkey refused to pay for the downed su-24: only apologized


Ankara decided not to pay Russia compensation for the downed in Syria bomber. Although previously he said that Turkey is ready to pay for the plane if need be to restore relations between the two countries.


photo: AP

The Prime Minister of Turkey Binali Yildirim in the day when the Turkish leader Tayyip Erdogan sent a letter of apology for the downed su-24 videoconferencing in Syria, said that Ankara is ready to compensate for the loss of the aircraft if need be to restore bilateral relations.

More: Turkey has said it wants to pay for the downed Russian su-24

However, a day later the head of the Turkish Cabinet took his words back. He said that the country does not intend to compensate Russia the cost of the downed su-24.

“On the compensation of Russia for the plane we are not talking, we just brought our apologies,” said Yildirim TRT HABER.

Note that Moscow is about compensation did not. Now only outlined the first since the beginning of worsening relations telephone conversations of the leaders of the two countries.

Read the material: Peskov confirmed “sorry,” Erdogan announced his talks with Putin

The aggravation of relations with Turkey. Chronicle of events

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