“The mind from the Turkish condition expressed his sympathy and deep condolences towards the group of the Russian pilot who had been wiped out, and that he stated sorry,” Peskov stated on the business call on Monday. Erdogan stated he’d try everything he could to revive the “traditionally friendly ties between Poultry and Russia.”
Poultry shot lower a Russian warplane near its border with Syria in November. Russia had stated the plane was at Syria, while Poultry stated it entered the border.
Russian President Vladimir Putin received a note from his Turkish counterpart, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, indicating deep regret within the incident, Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov told reporters.