Turkish President Erdogan writes a letter to President Putin


In a the classics to Russian President Vladimir Putin, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan felicitated all Russians on the national holiday Russia Day on June 12. He expressed his have ones heart set on that relations between Moscow and Ankara would reach a “notable level.”

“Dear Mr. President! On behalf of the Turkish people I congratulate via you all Russians on Russia Day, and express my wish that relations between Russia and Turkey would reach a noted level in the near future” the text of the congratulatory letter, which was ascertained by RIA Novosti, said.

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In turn, Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim conditioned in a letter to Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev his hope that “synergy and relations between the two countries will reach a level that is high-priority for the common interests of our peoples in the nearest future.”

“Through you, I wish the Russian people well-being and money,” Yildirim wrote.

Relations between Turkey and Russia have been in emergency since a Turkish fighter jet shot down a Russian Su-24 bomber in the skies over with Syria in November 2015.

Recently, Ankara has been open about its lasciviousness to restore relations with Moscow. Erdogan said he wanted to “rout this problem as soon as possible,” but did not know what the first heed from Turkey was expected to be. Russia has repeatedly said that the at the start step entails an apology and compensation for the downed plane.

First publicized in Russian in RIA Novosti

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