Turkey: “Russia trying to deceive international community”

By continuing the anti-Turkey campaign, Russia is trying to deceive the international community through the media, the TRT Haber news channel quoted Ibrahim Kalin, spokesperson for Turkey’s presidential administration, as saying June 8.
“This is increasingly being observed following the crisis in relations between the two countries,” he added.
Russia hasn’t been able and won’t be able to prove its accusations against Turkey, added Kalin.
Relations between Russia and Turkey deteriorated after Turkish Air Force shot down a Russian Su-24 bomber on Nov. 24, 2015. Turkey said the bomber entered its airspace, while Russia denied its warplane flying into the Turkish skies.
Earlier, Numan Kurtulmus, Turkish deputy prime minister, said Turkey and Russia need each other.
Kurtulmus said the Turkey-Russia relations were developing in many fields [before the incident with the downed Russian Su-24 bomber].
“As earlier, Turkey claims that when the Russian Su-24 bomber was shot down, Ankara had no idea whose bomber that was,” he added.
He also expressed hope that Ankara and Moscow will be able to resolve their differences in relations through a dialogue.

Source: Trend