27 January 2020

Putin’s message to Erdogan is more constructive

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Russian President Vladimir Putin’s message to his Turkish counterpart, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, is more constructive than US President Donald Trump’s letter, Putin’s press secretary Dmitry Peskov said in an interview with the Bolshaya Igra (Big Game) TV program on Russia’s Channel One. reports citing TASS.

"As far as I understand, there are certain frictions between Turkey and the United States and it is none of our business to discuss them. I would only like to say concerning this situation that President Putin’s message to Erdogan has an absolutely different nature that Trump’s notorious message to Erdogan the latter returned to the sender in Washington so delicately," he said.

"Putin approaches Erdogan with different messages, much more constructive ones," he said comparing the tones of Putin’s and Trump’s messages to the Turkish leader.

2019.12.15 / 23:18
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