Tayyip Erdogan


Turkey once again accused the Russian VKS in violation of its airspace

Turkish President again accused Russia of violating the FSI Turkish airspace.

Regular charges sounded from the lips of the President of Turkey on the eve of the day, and, as he himself Tayyip Erdogan said Russian aircraft had violated the country's airspace, and stayed on its territory a few seconds, however, as before, no relevant evidence to Russian experts was provided.

Specialists, in turn, believe that such actions Turkey means justified by the destruction of the Russian bomber Su-24, trying to demonstrate the fact that the Russian planes routinely violate the borders of a sovereign state, however, international experts without relevant evidence, can not officially accuse Russia it.

Erdogan obviously stoned.