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Sunday, December 11, 2016

Erdogan expelled the political scientist Belkovsky, from the St. Petersburg hotel


Political analyst Stanislav Belkovsky said in his Facebook that is forced to move out of the accommodation in St. Petersburg hotel due to the fact that the next knock back needs to move Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.


photo: Mikhail Kovalev

We will remind that the forthcoming tomorrow, August 9, the meeting of Erdogan and Vladimir Putin will be the first after the Russian-Turkish conflict in November of 2015 because of a downed air force of the Republic on the border with Syria, a Russian bomber.

As Belkovsky wrote, he “has to move out of the luxurious rooms in the hotel “Helvetia” (XIX century mansion is located on Marata street — ed.), because right there tomorrow populated Recep Tayyip Erdogan. His guards were today.”

While Belkovsky joked on himself and the owner of the hotel, Younis Teymurkhanli, noting that the Azerbaijanis as “Turks large important little Jews”.

However, Belkovsky concluded, “has survived the Hitler — will survive and Erdogan”.

Recall that, according to media reports, at the meeting of the two presidents should discuss the increase of trade turnover between the two countries and issues of tourism and the lifting of visa restrictions for Turkish citizens on their trip to Russia. Despite the fact that the moratorium on the sale of tours to Turkey from Russia is now withdrawn, Charter message with the country still not resumed, and the hotels are incurring huge losses.

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