Putin expressed condolences for the victims in Turkey

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Russia's President Vladimir Putin called President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on the phone on Sunday, expressing condolences for the victims of failed coup attempt and wishing restoration of order and stability in Turkey, Daily Sabah reported.

Putin described the attempted coup as unacceptable and voiced his hope for a speedy return to stability, the Kremlin said in a statement.

Putin stressed the "categorical unacceptability in the life of a state of anti-constitutional acts and violence."
Following strained relations between two countries over the jet downing incident on November 2015, Turkey and Russia showed signs of reconciliation in recent weeks.

2016.07.17 / 15:24
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