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Friday, December 15, 2017

The Kremlin responded to the West about the s-400 to Turkey

No one has the right to criticize the bilateral relations of the States carried out not in contradiction with international norms. So the Kremlin commented on the discontent of Western countries, supply of Russian weapons to Turkey, relations with which, as follows from the same review, has reached unprecedented heights.

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“No one has the right to criticize Russia and Turkey for military-technical cooperation, which is carried out in strict accordance with international law and in no way directed against any third countries” — said the press-Secretary of the Kremlin Dmitry Peskov, commenting on criticisms in connection with the deal on anti-missile systems s-400.

According to Peskov, “no one has a reason to Express some critical views in this regard”. And in connection with tomorrow’s visit of Russian President to Ankara.

“He has absolutely pragmatic purpose. Russia and Turkey are the countries that are able to work very closely”, – said Peskov. He stressed that relationships are built in many different fields, from economy to culture. As well as in matters of regional security, “on all these issues will be carried out reconciliation of hours”.

In mid-September, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan told journalists that Ankara has already made a Deposit for the Russian SAMS. The next step, he said, will be a loan from Russia.

See also: “Ten foreign clients sent applications for the purchase of s-400”

Relations between Russia and Turkey. Chronicle of events

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