The Kremlin responded to Erdogan's calls to take Crimea from Russia by force

Erdogan's intentions to take Crimea away from Russia by force first reached Putin.

Press Secretary of the Russian President Dmitry Peskov made a statement in which he spoke about the harsh statements from Turkey about its intentions to take the Crimean peninsula from Russia, including through the use of pressure and force. According to Dmitry Peskov, the Turkish side is making very rash steps, to which Russia will react in its own way.

“Crimea belongs to serious disagreements, here we have diametrically opposed points of view. We will continue to communicate our consistent position on Crimea to our Turkish counterparts. We are communicating our position to our Turkish friends and will continue to do this very patiently and consistently "- said the press secretary of the Russian president.

According to Dmitry Peskov, the issue of the ownership of Crimea is not subject to discussion, however, earlier there were reports that Turkey could take a step that is very unpleasant for Russia, blocking Russian ships' access to the Mediterranean Sea, which in turn is actually the destruction of the Russian fleet in Black Sea region.

A little earlier, the Turkish Foreign Minister announced that Ankara would support Ukraine in its intentions to liberate Crimea, providing all the necessary assistance for this.