Turkey is part of NATO and could not carry out the attack on the Russian plane, not having coordinated its position with the Alliance, says the head of the Duma Committee on property Sergey Gavrilov.
MOSCOW, 25 Nov. You need to look for customers such war crimes, the shelling of the Russian su-24 aircraft of the Turkish air force, and it is possible that the investigation will lead in the US, said the head of the Duma Committee on property Sergey Gavrilov (Communist party), which this autumn visited Syria on a humanitarian mission.
“We should not forget that Turkey is part of NATO and could not carry out the attack on the Russian plane, not having coordinated its position with the Alliance, said Gavrilov journalists. — To look for clients, such war crimes”.
“This sharpened the struggle, most likely, will not stop, at least until there is a fight for the presidency of the United States. The Barack Obama don’t need world domination, and the current President of the United States is not particularly expressed their ambitions in this regard. I am sure that here involved and other circles, such as the American neocons (neoconservatives — ed.) to which human victims, innocent people are just cannon fodder and their usual reception of international policy”, — said the MP.
The head of the Duma Committee believes that Turkish President Recep Erdogan is a manageable figure, he is forced to obey “interested persons” indirectly and directly supporting ISIS.
“The shelling of Armenian settlements of the Syrian city of Kessab in March 2014 was a landmark act of direct introduction of Turkey in the Syrian conflict. And now Turkey, like Ukraine, are trying to provoke military confrontation with Russia,” — said Gavrilov.
On Tuesday the Russian su-24 aircraft crashed in Syria. The President of Russia Vladimir Putin announced that the plane was shot down by a rocket type “air-air” with a Turkish F-16s over Syrian territory and fell in Syria four kilometers from the border with Turkey.
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