Russia recognizes the fact of violation of the airspace of Turkey by an aircraft of the Russian Aerospace Force during the operation in Syria

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The Turkish Foreign Ministry issued a statement alleging that a Russian plane over the weekend violated Turkish airspace. The statement says that the Russian ambassador was summoned to the Turkish Foreign Ministry. RIA News The text of the statement of the Turkish Foreign Ministry is quoted as follows:

October 3 in 12.08 military aircraft of the Russian Federation violated the airspace of Turkey from Syria in the Yayladaga region of Hatay province. After he was intercepted by two Turkish F-16 fighters patrolling the area, the plane left the Turkish airspace. The Russian ambassador was summoned to the Foreign Ministry, where he was strongly opposed. The protest was also expressed by Turkish Foreign Minister Feridin Sinirlioglu in a telephone conversation with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov.




The Turkish authorities add that they discussed the incident with colleagues from the North Atlantic Alliance, who "expressed concern about what had happened."

It should be noted that the Russian side acknowledged the fact of the violation of the airspace of Turkey, as reported by the spokesman for the Russian embassy in Ankara, Igor Mityakov:

A violation of Turkish airspace by a Russian military aircraft took place.


In no way justifying a violation of Turkish airspace by a Russian plane, I still want to draw attention to the following fact: the Turkish authorities, together with their colleagues, are not very concerned that they have repeatedly violated the airspace of a sovereign state, which is Syria. It is well known that Turkish planes are attacking the positions of Kurds in Syria and Iraq, who are fighting ISIS fighters.
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  1. +66
    5 October 2015 14: 20
    A violation of Turkish airspace by a Russian military aircraft took place.


    Don’t stint, Turks, it just turned very smoothly and neatly ...
    And how many times flew into Syria themselves, huh?
    So why not hysteria. We admitted and apologized .... So shut up and sit down further.
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    2. +16
      5 October 2015 14: 22
      Quote: SS68SS
      A violation of Turkish airspace by a Russian military aircraft took place.

      Well, what can you do: the forest is being cut, "chips" are flying! So they didn't calculate the force of the blow. tongue
      1. +29
        5 October 2015 14: 23
        That's right, that recognized! Perhaps this is in order to continue to shout at them: recognize!
        As they say - a gambit (i.e.
        -lose the battle, but win the war!
        - sacrifice a unit to destroy everyone,
        -find and destroy the needle in the rotten egg!)
        The information war must also be taken into our own hands!
        Tactics, strategy forged in a real battle!
        1. +8
          5 October 2015 14: 28
          We warned Erdogan (at the expense of ISIS militants, and they were hiding there from Chechnya too ...) "Forgive us Turkey, you won't hear that ...!" Don't make the bear angry ...
          1. +31
            5 October 2015 14: 37
            Quote: MIKHAN
            We warned Erdogan (at the expense of ISIS militants, and they were hiding there from Chechnya too ...) "Forgive us Turkey, you won't hear that ...!" Don't make the bear angry ...

            The pilot’s wife asked me to see what kind of beach it was — sand or stone — so he popped in for a couple of seconds. Or maybe the Turks were offended that he did not pay customs duty?
            1. +26
              5 October 2015 15: 07
              Yes, I know this pilot. A courtesy visit, no hooliganism, and that's all. And why did these praaative Turks get alarmed?
              Wounded terrorists treated? Chechen terrorists trained on their territory? Have ISIS bought stolen oil for nothing?
              I strongly demand that Erdogan stop supporting ISIS. am
              1. BYV
                +14
                5 October 2015 15: 10
                I hope the pilot is not punished. And then it will be somehow ... wrong.
                1. +6
                  5 October 2015 16: 06
                  Interestingly, but they can intercept an accidentally flown missile?
                2. +7
                  5 October 2015 17: 16
                  Quote: BYV
                  I hope the pilot is not punished. And then it will be somehow ... wrong.

                  And for what to punish? I do not think that our pilots are ill-trained and can, by mistake or by stupidity, fly into the territory of a NATO member country. Most likely "NATO check for lice." We decided to see how they would react, what they would do! soldier
                  1. +1
                    5 October 2015 17: 46
                    In any case, the Turks will now be more careful: violating the Syrian space and attacking the "violators" will also be more careful - as it may turn out to be a Russian plane
                    1. +5
                      5 October 2015 18: 53
                      Friends, but insanity is getting stronger. According to comrades from America, Russia invaded Turkey. Haha ... Our guys just came back from vacation!

                      But seriously, Cheburashka is definitely against such idiotic provocations!

                      1. +1
                        5 October 2015 20: 50
                        Baboon eared ... "peaceful"
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              2. +7
                5 October 2015 16: 34
                Quote: Balu
                A courtesy visit, no hooliganism, and that's all.

                An unidentified MiG-29 fighter on Sunday, October 4, for several minutes pursued two Turkish F-16 fighters in the Syrian-Turkish border. It is reported by Agence France-Press, citing a statement by the Turkish General Staff.

                The Turkish military said that the F-16 group of the Turkish Air Force patrolled around the border. At this time, an unidentified MiG-29 began the pursuit of two aircraft. He held Turkish fighters at the sight of his radar as a target for 5 minutes and 40 seconds. The Russian military has not yet commented on this information.

                Read more at RBC:
                http://top.rbc.ru/politics/05/10/2015/561268489a794753cc156c16
                1. +11
                  5 October 2015 16: 56
                  "unidentified MiG-29 began pursuit of two F-16 aircraft", after which he drove them onto the tree and did not allow them to get off for another three hours :)
                  1. 0
                    5 October 2015 19: 45
                    Quote: Mikhail Krapivin
                    "unidentified MiG-29 began pursuit of two F-16 aircraft", after which he drove them onto the tree and did not allow them to get off for another three hours :)

                    And we have such a tradition, to drive the Christmas trees! laughing : "Leonid Brezhnev drove I.B. Tito to the tree, and does not let him get down from there, threatening with a gun" (joke).
                2. +1
                  5 October 2015 17: 01
                  Yes, the Turks have become real ... wassat
                3. 0
                  5 October 2015 19: 55
                  And on the 3rd, 4 Israeli F-15s intercepted.
                  Jews fled afterburner.
                  http://warfiles.ru/show-96801-v-nebe-sirii-rossiyskie-su-30-perehvatili-izrailsk
                  ie-f-15.html
                4. 0
                  5 October 2015 20: 03
                  And on the 3rd, 4 Israeli F-15s intercepted.
                  Jews fled afterburner.
                  http://warfiles.ru/show-96801-v-nebe-sirii-rossiyskie-su-30-perehvatili-izrailsk

                  ie-f-15.html
                  1. +1
                    5 October 2015 20: 22
                    Quote: Bison
                    And on the 3rd, 4 Israeli F-15s intercepted.
                    Jews fled afterburner.
                    http://warfiles.ru/show-96801-v-nebe-sirii-rossiyskie-su-30-perehvatili-izrailsk


                    ie-f-15.html

                    Not just fled. Catapulted. laughing
                    1. -2
                      5 October 2015 20: 29
                      There were 44 such Jews and everyone ejected, so now Jews have no aviation. Bibi sprinkles ashes on his head and surrenders personally to Putin and Lukashenko. Jewish enemy defeated cheers comrades.
                    2. 0
                      5 October 2015 20: 32
                      Quote: Aron Zaavi
                      Not just fled. Catapulted


                      Apart from "sarcasm", nothing else ?? negative
                      1. +3
                        5 October 2015 21: 01
                        Quote: skifd
                        Quote: Aron Zaavi
                        Not just fled. Catapulted


                        Apart from "sarcasm", nothing else ?? negative

                        I also wonder how Russia manifested itself there, the Jews have nothing but sarcasm. and ISIS cannot be supported somehow, and it’s not convenient to fly into Syria to bomb
                      2. +3
                        5 October 2015 22: 09
                        Jews beat with a heel in the chest that their army is the most super duper. So why did they admit that we should restore order in the region?! Maybe they got high when they showed how these animals are being bullied at people? Or is it something else?
                        We’ll break it down to the igil's backbone. It's a question of time. Only then do not grease us, and don’t whine that we will stay in Syria. Wait soon and we’ll pull up the 400 and "escanders", and maybe a dozen Tu22 will be there on an ongoing basis.
                      3. +2
                        5 October 2015 22: 19
                        Quote: Observer2014
                        Only then do not greet us, and do not whine that we will stay in Syria. Wait soon and we will bring up the 400 and the "escanders", or maybe a dozen tu22 there will be there on an ongoing basis

                        Correct there at home: not the expanders, but the Iskanders .. well, or even then the expanders laughing

                        Did you imagine the consequences of the deployment of the Iskanders in Syria? The Caribbean mess of 1962 will appear for a toy, I assure you ..

                        Strategist You are our couch, loud speaker .. "heel to the chest", in short fool
                      4. +1
                        5 October 2015 22: 30
                        Quote: Observer2014
                        Jews beat with a heel in the chest that their army is the most super duper. So why did they admit that we should restore order in the region?! Maybe they got high when they showed how these animals are being bullied at people? Or is it something else?
                        We’ll break it down to the igil's backbone. It's a question of time. Only then do not grease us, and don’t whine that we will stay in Syria. Wait soon and we’ll pull up the 400 and "escanders", and maybe a dozen Tu22 will be there on an ongoing basis.

                        The army of Israel, let it be known to you, is engaged in the defense of Israel, and not in a region of the world or a galaxy. You, with the Americans and the Chinese, imagine yourself to be great powers and cards in your hands. Hosh no hosh need to match.
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                6. 0
                  5 October 2015 23: 14
                  We used to have the SU-27 like this. Turks didn’t mix anything up? Maybe the night before seen enough? Dreamed (remembered) wink
              3. +2
                5 October 2015 17: 00
                Bravo! I join .. !!! bully
              4. 0
                5 October 2015 17: 35
                Quote: Balu
                I strongly demand that Erdogan stop supporting ISIS.


                I strongly support Balu’s demand !!!
            2. +19
              5 October 2015 15: 17
              So we have a visa-free regime with them? Not?. Why did you raise something?
              1. +5
                5 October 2015 16: 42
                I didn’t show my passport, I didn’t buy any magnets for the refrigerator, I didn’t stop at the hotel, I didn’t leave a towel for memory. Not that it's not familiar. Even scary already.
                1. +2
                  5 October 2015 17: 00
                  Quote: Uncle VasyaSayapin
                  I didn’t show my passport, I didn’t buy any magnets for the refrigerator, I didn’t stop at the hotel, I didn’t leave a towel for memory. Not that it's not familiar. Even scary already.

                  He just hinted thickly. Guys, the circus left, and why did you forget?
            3. 0
              5 October 2015 15: 29
              Quote: lelikas
              Or maybe the Turks were offended that he did not pay customs duty?



              Hmm ... And if he returns with friends, so that not only a fee, but also Pay off for a note ???
              1. -1
                5 October 2015 20: 43
                Quote: veksha50
                Hmm ... And if he returns with friends, so that not only a fee, but also Pay off for a note ???

                for sure, friends will arrive on the Tu-160, Tu-95 and Tu-22M3M with full load ...
            4. +2
              5 October 2015 15: 38
              Quote: lelikas
              . Or maybe the Turks were offended that he did not pay customs duty?

              Yes, they were offended that in general Russia decided to stop the collapse of Syria.
              1. +4
                5 October 2015 16: 19
                The time has come for the Turks to decide on the orientation: European or correct.
          2. +25
            5 October 2015 14: 50
            A Su-30 fighter near the Syrian-Turkish border captured two Turkish F-16 aircraft as a target, the Turkish General Staff said, indicating that "the state of the aircraft has not been established."
            “Ten F-16 aircraft (Turkish Air Force) patrolled around the Turkish-Syrian border. During the execution of this mission, the Su-30 aircraft with unidentified state ownership for five minutes and 40 seconds kept two of our F-16s at the sight of its radar, ”the General Staff said.
            The incident occurred on October 4, reports TASS.
            1. +13
              5 October 2015 15: 07
              Quote: st25310
              During the execution of this mission, the Su-30 aircraft with unidentified state ownership for five minutes and 40 seconds kept two of our F-16s at the sight of its radar. ”

              I know that writing about diapers is a muveton, but it’s probably terribly unpleasant to sit for these five minutes in the cockpit when you are being irradiated by the "unknown" Su-30.
              1. +5
                5 October 2015 15: 37
                Quote: lelikas
                But it’s probably terribly unpleasant to sit for these five minutes in the cockpit when you are being irradiated by the "unknown" Su-30.

                scattered infa on the internet .. Turks generally talk about MiG-29
                ... Turkey clarification of the incident with the plane of the Russian Federation | RIA ...
                1 hour ago
                ria.ru ›world / 20151005 / 1297064309.html
                During this quest MIG-29 aircraft with unidentified state affiliation for five minutes and 40 seconds kept two of our F-16s at the sight of his radar. ”

                Our people are right in doing what they acknowledge the violation of the border of Turkey (once there was a place), but others will sooner or later have to admit the violation of the border of Syria (preferably after the Russian Federation due to the hostile attitude of its neighbors to forcing igilos and towards peace) will strengthen the air defense component, including an ultra-long-range missile 40N6E.
                The Russian Federation acts within the framework of an agreement with the legitimate government of Syria and Turkey and others, acting from the point of aggressor and occupier.
                RF as an ally will still have to give a turn from the gate. (I hope the world will not reach such a moment and I am afraid that provocations such as the "Tonkin incident" may take place.
            2. +2
              5 October 2015 15: 19
              Well, how were they "on the radar"? The general staff of the Ottomans-Basurmans did not report this. It's a pity.
            3. +10
              5 October 2015 15: 34
              Fine! Turks, if you flaunt again in OUR airspace in Syria, you will definitely be TURKS! 10 planes wanted to fly into our airspace in Syria and got a small warning kick for the first time!
            4. +1
              5 October 2015 16: 36
              Quote: st25310
              Su-30 fighter

              and RBC reports that MIG 29
              1. +2
                5 October 2015 18: 06
                Quote: Vasilenko Vladimir
                and RBC reports that MIG 29

                I wonder where is the 29th?
                1. +2
                  5 October 2015 18: 27
                  Quote: noWAR
                  I wonder where is the 29th?

                  probably Syrian. There was no information about the Russian Mig-29. Yes, and why do you need Mig-29 there if there are Su-30
                  1. +1
                    5 October 2015 19: 48
                    Quote: lonely
                    Quote: noWAR
                    I wonder where is the 29th?

                    probably Syrian. There was no information about the Russian Mig-29. Yes, and why do you need Mig-29 there if there are Su-30

                    The silhouettes of the Mig-29 and Su-27/30 are generally similar. Maybe the Turk, who had never seen before the 30s, took drying for an instant-29 of the Syrian Air Force.
                    1. 0
                      5 October 2015 20: 11
                      Quote: Rader
                      Maybe the Turk, who had never seen before the 30s, took drying for an instant-29 of the Syrian Air Force.

                      This can only speak of the "high" level of Turkish pilots. Or what?
                      1. +1
                        5 October 2015 21: 02
                        Quote: noWAR
                        Quote: Rader
                        Maybe the Turk, who had never seen before the 30s, took drying for an instant-29 of the Syrian Air Force.

                        This can only speak of the "high" level of Turkish pilots. Or what?

                        Actually, it can talk about anything! laughing Information about the incident is contradictory, the only thing we know for sure is the incident (well, if the Foreign Ministry admitted request )
                    2. +2
                      5 October 2015 20: 12
                      Quote: Rader
                      The silhouettes of the Mig-29 and Su-27/30 are generally similar. Maybe the Turk, who had never seen before the 30s, took drying for an instant-29 of the Syrian Air Force.


                      Do you think there are some amateurs who can’t distinguish between a moment and a sou? The Turks are even familiar with the MIG-29, and they piloted this plane.
                      1. +3
                        5 October 2015 20: 56
                        Quote: lonely
                        Quote: Rader
                        The silhouettes of the Mig-29 and Su-27/30 are generally similar. Maybe the Turk, who had never seen before the 30s, took drying for an instant-29 of the Syrian Air Force.


                        Do you think there are some amateurs who can’t distinguish between a moment and a sou? The Turks are even familiar with the MIG-29, and they piloted this plane.

                        No, I don’t think that amateurs are direct, and that having seen enough of 29 is a fact. I just cited one of the possible causes of discrepancies in different sources: one of the pilots saw the car at a distance of, say, 10+ km. Primarily identified this car as a moment of the Syrian Air Force, but could not come closer because An unidentified plane irradiated it, making it clear that it wasn’t necessary anymore ... It was later established that it was 30, but the journalists replicated the news about the instant due to the leak ... Once again, this is just my opinion on how events could have developed .
                        Ps In the photo, the famous "Cuban diamond" in the same ranks 29 and 27. On the example of this photo (+ turn on the imagination), one can understand and forgive a person who confused (hypothetically) 29 and 30
          3. +1
            5 October 2015 15: 59
            Quote: MIKHAN
            We warned Erdogan (at the expense of ISIS militants, and they were hiding there from Chechnya too ...) "Forgive us Turkey, you won't hear that ...!" Don't make the bear angry ...

            Turkey has been taught by history not to go where the bear is hosting. Therefore, they sit and keep quiet. And our military is honored and praised that they know how to recognize such moments, and not like cunning Americans, all secretly and all from under the burden.
            1. 0
              5 October 2015 19: 09
              Quote: NEXUS
              Turkey has been taught by history not to go where the bear runs, so they sit and keep quiet.



              So, in the evening, together with NATO, they declare that the "flight" was not an isolated one, but that on October 3 and 4 Russian aircraft repeatedly violated Turkish airspace ...

              So, after the pope’s papal of the black pope, the Turks do not keep quiet at all, but rather try to develop the situation in their favor (more precisely, in favor of NATO, and more precisely in favor of the USA) ...
        2. +12
          5 October 2015 14: 40
          Quote: Baikonur
          That's right, that recognized!

          Such allegations at the official level are brought forward only if all evidence is available. In this case, not recognizing is at least stupid. Such incidents are not so rare, even in peacetime. Well recognized, well, apologized, why yell like that?
          We could say thank you, our pilot arranged a vigilance check for them absolutely free of charge, and also gave them a reason to brag about how cool they were - they intercepted a Russian plane! If they had patted, they would have been silent in a rag.
        3. +2
          5 October 2015 14: 56
          The ambassador of the Russian Federation was summoned to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, where a strong protest was expressed to him.
          They used to say the 101st Chinese warning (regarding the violation by the US planes of the airspace of the PRC), now there will be the 102nd Turkish warning. wink
      2. +24
        5 October 2015 14: 39
        When the Syrians flew into Turkish airspace two years ago, they were simply shot down once, silently. And here they intercepted, but without sudden movements. Already well, they understand that it was possible to get something in return that the F-16 could not digest.
        1. +8
          5 October 2015 15: 22
          And something tells me that the cunning Ottomans themselves flew "hunting" and were intercepted at the border. Well, there is 50 km. to the right or to the left, here's a violation of the EP I am sure: the bassurman has a snout in the down!
          1. +6
            5 October 2015 15: 50
            I think so. Apparently, a take-off was recorded "tour groups" groups of Turkish F-16s during our work, and ours simply "squeezed" them, covering them. And the fact that he flew into Turkey, well, he saw off!
            So who intercepted someone - a big question!
            1. +3
              5 October 2015 18: 24
              Quote: andranick
              And the fact that he flew to Turkey, well, so escorted!

              Well, we have such a tradition, to see off "guests" home.
              1. +1
                5 October 2015 19: 11
                Quote: Olegovi4
                Well, we have such a tradition, to see off "guests" home.


                Well yes:
                -Do you really hit me on the shoulder with a balalaika?
                -I somehow hit you - I want to meet you.

                Something like that.
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      1. +8
        5 October 2015 14: 27
        Quote: Baikonur
        That's right, that recognized!

        Let them get used to it. Soon it will become commonplace.
        1. +54
          5 October 2015 14: 31
          I used to think, when do we start to respect us? And now I understand, we need to be afraid. To be afraid to trembling knees, to urinate in your pants when Russia is upset. Without fear, there is no respect, because confidence in impunity breeds lawlessness. We warned ... For Ukraine, a separate talk-showdown will be mandatory and tough. For our grandfathers, for our people, for our memory. Wait for us bastards ...
          1. +10
            5 October 2015 15: 33
            Quote: st25310
            when to start respecting us? And now I understand, we need to be afraid.



            Wah dear !!! It’s a pity that I can only put one plus ...

            Truth: if you do not want to respect, we will make you afraid ... Precisely "to the knees" ... He said well !!!
          2. +1
            5 October 2015 15: 46
            Better yet, be afraid to loose stools!
    4. +10
      5 October 2015 14: 25
      Don’t stint, Turks, it just turned very smoothly and neatly ...
      .... So shut up and linger on.

      So "piss" them or not?
      After all, they will go crazy with uncertainty! laughing
      1. +3
        5 October 2015 15: 00
        Rather yes than no. So everyone is calmer.
      2. +1
        5 October 2015 15: 34
        Quote: Temples
        So "piss" them or not?



        Stsat, stsat ... Until the body is completely dehydrated ...
      3. +3
        5 October 2015 17: 09
        Anecdote:
        Let's go bros to the "arrow." Some old man cut them off in "Moskvich. Well, as usual, they ran into grandfather. They took away all the money and got ready to go on. Grandfather shouted to them in pursuit:" Yes, so that you should do everything! They grinned and drove on.
        A week or two passes, the lads cannot move away from the push. All things have stopped. Tady the "foreman" says: "I just thought that this grandfather was probably a sorcerer, he cursed us, so we are toiling. Well, nothing, I know one grandmother-witch, so she removes any conspiracy.
        They come to the witch. They thumped at her feet, they say we won't regret anything, just remove the evil eye. When she heard about that grandfather, she told them, "That grandfather is a very evil sorcerer. It is impossible to remove his curses and you cannot find him. The guys got upset, but they begged the witch somehow, gave her all their money. Well, she whispered something. , I hatched my eyes and screamed: "Don't shit!"
        Everyone felt better and they went on to hunt further with dashing.
        Here's a week, another one goes by. BAM! The guys can't go off in a push-locked them. Everyone is already swollen, turned blue. What to do. Here the "brigadier" says: "Well, guys, I feel like disappearing anyway, either we'll die a fierce death, or we will die as a detective. They got on their black wheelbarrow and went to look for their grandfather. The whole area was shaken up, but on the fifth day they found it. They are his. And they themselves are already barely alive. They thumped at the old man's feet and pray for mercy: "Have mercy, grandfather, forgive us fools, young people, we still live hunting. Take all our housing, redheads, cars, in a word, we'll give everything.
        The grandfather listened to them, called the notary (he copied everything from the guys to the grandfather) and said: “Okay, though I am a sorcerer, but still Russian.
    5. +1
      5 October 2015 14: 27
      Turks crap, we thought our walk through their territory)))
      1. +2
        5 October 2015 14: 31
        In general, it’s better not to risk approaching the border with Turkey, but to launch missile attacks on terrorist territories remotely, for example, use 3M-14 caliber rockets.
        1. +4
          5 October 2015 14: 34
          But actually they could have brought down ... Apparently they were afraid of complications ... soldier
          1. +5
            5 October 2015 14: 43
            Quote: marlin1203
            But actually they could have brought down ... Apparently they were afraid of complications ...

            In Turkey there, like Patriot air defense systems, are placed along the entire length of the border with Syria, so in order to bring down an airplane you do not need to raise duty fighters. Most likely they just wanted to fly the plane.
            1. +1
              5 October 2015 15: 49
              They took the Patriot air defense system, who will entrust such equipment to the Turks?
          2. +1
            5 October 2015 14: 50
            Quote: marlin1203
            Generally speaking

            , in this case the mirror answer. Turks on planes go broke. Feel for one air defense.
          3. -1
            5 October 2015 15: 38
            Quote: marlin1203
            But actually they could have brought down ... Apparently they were afraid of complications ...



            Yes, there, rather, when turning, I grabbed the edge - and stink - three bags ...

            If seriously delved into the territory - definitely, they would have shot down ...

            So, most likely, just to come up with a clue ...

            PS In general, it is somehow strange: our fighter irradiated them in combat mode for 5 minutes 40 seconds, but they did not take any measures ... Or at that moment they quickly "shot", and all combat radiation fell on their asses ???
            1. -1
              5 October 2015 15: 58
              Quote: veksha50
              somehow strange: for 5 minutes 40 seconds our fighter irradiated them in combat mode, but they took no measures ...

              Faberge measured. They see that in Syria ours are quite decisive, so they checked for lice. They will let our people go to Syria - they can slaughter and become more impudent, they won’t let them pass ...
            2. +5
              5 October 2015 16: 15
              veksha50! You yourself answered all your questions. You can irradiate Turkish airplanes in combat mode and being in Syria, there are no borders for radio waves. And this means only one thing; Turkish airplanes were in the air and our command or Syria if it was a MiG- 29, took precautions. In 1970, the Americans made such a joke in the Vladivostok region on the SR-71. It seemed that there was not enough space for a U-turn. All violations disappeared when the S-200 division was established on Russky Island.
            3. +1
              5 October 2015 18: 07
              Quote: veksha50
              Yes, there, rather, when turning, I grabbed the edge - and stink - three bags ...

              Judging by the Afghani, "striking" along the edge and beyond is a common thing. The militants are very fond of huddling close to the border, reasonably believing that they will be bombed there last - so as not to provoke their neighbors and to avoid accidental flights of bombs / NAR to the adjacent territory.

              EMNIP, there was one district in Afghanistan - it was generally impossible to work normally there without flying to the packs. And those, after our BShU on their territory and the unintentional mining of the road, were extremely hostile towards the aircraft of the USSR Air Force.
        2. +5
          5 October 2015 14: 42
          Quote: Lt. air force reserve
          In general, it’s better not to risk approaching the border with Turkey, but to launch missile attacks on terrorist territories remotely, for example, use 3M-14 caliber rockets.

          And what's the point of using such an expensive weapon with a launch range of 300 km, designed to destroy particularly important targets in the interior of the enemy against savages, in addition, I have great doubts that these SDs are in service in sufficient quantities.
          1. +1
            5 October 2015 14: 58
            Quote: Bongo
            And what's the point of using such an expensive weapon with a launch range of 300 km, designed to destroy particularly important targets in the interior of the enemy against savages, in addition, I have great doubts that these SDs are in service in sufficient quantities.

            Because the terrorists are fleeing to the border with Turkey, Turkey can cover them with its air defense system, and it is quite possible to shoot down our plane saying that it flew into their territory, although in fact it bombed border areas while being in Syrian airspace.
            In addition, Turkey can warn the militants about the approach of our aircraft to their positions, and they will have left by the time of arrival of our aircraft, and the rocket is flying low and it will be difficult for Turkey’s radars to fly.
            1. +2
              7 October 2015 02: 34
              Quote: Lt. air force reserve
              Because the terrorists are fleeing to the border with Turkey, Turkey can cover them with its air defense system, and it is quite possible to shoot down our plane saying that it flew into their territory, although in fact it bombed border areas while being in Syrian airspace.
              In addition, Turkey can warn the militants about the approach of our aircraft to their positions, and they will have left by the time of arrival of our aircraft, and the rocket is flying low and it will be difficult for Turkey’s radars to fly.

              Strange koment for a man with a nickname
              Lt. Air Force stock
              Although in part you are right nails can also be hammered with a microscope, and clerical buttons with a sledge hammer.
    6. +9
      5 October 2015 14: 40
      Quote: SS68SS
      And how many times flew into Syria themselves, huh?

      Everything is correct. The Turks are adopting amerovskoy logic. At the same time, ours, by definition, have something to say in response. In fact, the Americans declare the fight against ISIS and say that the fight against international terrorism knows no borders, in fact they despise the borders of any state that is unable to clip the wings of their aviation. As it is, I'm not sure that there are no ISIS bases in Turkey or more "soft and fluffy" An Nusra. In general, the rhetoric of the sub-penguin pack causes cognitive dissonance. In Donbass, local residents who took up arms after a coup d'etat are terrorists, while mercenaries and scumbags of the radical branches of Islam (although what Islam, just sectarians) are the opposition. Where is it soft? Considering that in Syria, unlike error404, there was no coup, any unconstitutional forms of opposition are illegal, including according to international standards.
      Explain pliz - why Turkey is so furious on Assad? Is it a purely Pinos political order or is there some kind of background?
      1. +2
        5 October 2015 15: 11
        Quote: avdkrd
        Explain pliz - why Turkey is so furious on Assad? Is it a purely Pinos political order or is there some kind of background?
        I think that Kurds are the reason.
        1. +1
          5 October 2015 15: 45
          Quote: fif21
          I think that Kurds are the reason.



          Kurds are just ONE of the reasons ... But - weighty ...
        2. +1
          5 October 2015 15: 51
          The reason is the Ottoman (Ottoman) Empire. In the past, these were imperial lands. "Warm up" the Turks definitely! In Syria, the Kurds, and in Cyprus, who did not please them? They just "cut" themselves a piece.
          The strong is always powerless to blame ...
    7. -1
      5 October 2015 15: 27
      Quote: SS68SS
      And how many times flew into Syria themselves, huh?



      So not just flew ... Bombed hard, fired ...

      Whom? They’ll come up with it right now ... they’ll say - ISIS ...
    8. -1
      5 October 2015 16: 58
      yes they are smelly .. let shut up .. am
    9. +1
      5 October 2015 17: 05
      USA ALREADY OFFICIALLY DECLARED THAT THE RUSSIAN AIRCRAFT INTENTIONALLY VIOLATED THE AIR SPACE OF THE NATO COUNTRY. They were unanimously supported from NATO, and convene an emergency council to counter Russian aggression. So, one oversight can do so much harm.
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    11. -1
      5 October 2015 19: 29
      So they are statsatsa or not statsatsa? lol
    12. -2
      5 October 2015 20: 44
      And they will continue to hysteria, we will close all Russian tourism for them ...
    13. 0
      6 October 2015 09: 42
      Quote: SS68SS
      Don’t stint, Turks, it just turned very smoothly and neatly ...

      smoothly, gently and most importantly polite laughing
      By the way, off. versions, such as flown over a thunderstorm front, or somehow it was in the media. Like nonsense. I think a subtle hint.
      The infa is also interesting at the expense of the ban on flights and the veterancy of the SyShyA Air Force from the airspace of Syria. They wrote that this is a fake, but it is not completely clear. If so, then it turns out that the Russian Federation has established a no-fly zone over Syria, which is covered by the Su-30SM and the S-300F on the "Moscow", which is not enough!
  2. +9
    5 October 2015 14: 21
    Can be understood as a warning.
    But ... Who does not make mistakes lol ! Especially when with such trumps wink laughing !
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  4. +7
    5 October 2015 14: 22
    There has been a violation of Turkish airspace by Russian military aircraft. It is well known that Turkish aircraft attack the positions of Kurds in Syria and Iraq who are fighting ISIS ....

    Passed a lice test,
  5. +2
    5 October 2015 14: 23
    Well violated, there was a matter - who is not mistaken?
    And WHAT? -)))
  6. +2
    5 October 2015 14: 23
    we admit, well this was a test of the reaction of the Turkish Air Force, well, they would try to attack and get their own, but provocations are still ahead ...
    1. -1
      5 October 2015 14: 27
      And those didn’t pass it very well ....
  7. +3
    5 October 2015 14: 24
    The Turkish authorities add that they discussed the incident with colleagues from the North Atlantic Alliance, who "expressed concern about what had happened." Well, it started. I think for about two weeks there is something to talk about in Europe and the USA I almost forgot about ugh about Ukraine, well, there for a month.
    1. +4
      5 October 2015 14: 34
      Little details!
      1. Why did our pilot show the middle fingers to the Turks?
      2. Why did the fighter intruder carry weapons only for air combat?
      3. Why, after completing the "cobra", when he was behind the interceptors, he turned on the weapon guidance radar?
      4. and in general, where did he then "fade"? Ground radars lost it.
      Maybe they still shot down? belay
      1. 0
        5 October 2015 14: 41
        And all this was done POLITELY ... by our polite pilot =)
      2. +2
        5 October 2015 14: 55
        laughing Thank you, neighing lol
      3. +2
        5 October 2015 15: 09
        Quote: muhomor
        Little details!
        1. Why did our pilot show the middle fingers to the Turks?
        2. Why did the fighter intruder carry weapons only for air combat?
        3. Why, after completing the "cobra", when he was behind the interceptors, he turned on the weapon guidance radar?
        4. and in general, where did he then "fade"? Ground radars lost it.
        Maybe they still shot down? belay

        I searched and did not find anywhere, about fingers, about cobra. Just got closer, he irradiated, went to Syria. Naturally irradiated, so as not to joke and went to Syria. Minus not mine hi
      4. +2
        5 October 2015 17: 02
        Pilot hooligan, ay hooligan!;)
  8. +8
    5 October 2015 14: 25
    And what is it that the Janissaries suddenly became worried. Well, so now a no-fly zone in the sky of Syria can be established so excuse the Janissaries if that.
    1. +2
      5 October 2015 14: 49
      To further concern the descendants of the Janissaries, it would be nice to unilaterally cancel the visa-free regime with them for the period of the special operation in Syria, especially during the beach season. And then they are unhappy with the situation with the Crimean Tatars, Assad is their worst enemy, they will block the Bosphorus. Sneaked in apparently ...
      1. 0
        6 October 2015 09: 15
        Quote: kepmor
        To further concern the descendants of the Janissaries, it would be nice to unilaterally cancel the visa-free regime with them for the period of the special operation in Syria, especially in the beach season

        One thing I didn’t take into account - we are going to them, not THEY to us! fellow laughing
    2. +1
      5 October 2015 23: 47
      Janissary is not a Turk. Janissary is a warrior brought up from infancy from among previously captured children. Russian Bulgarians and other Ottoman neighbors. as a result of this (upbringing) they were distinguished by special cruelty to the enemy and the complete absence of fear. so that the Turks cannot be Janissaries and their descendants.
  9. +4
    5 October 2015 14: 25
    Turkish authorities add that the incident they discussed with colleagues in the North Atlantic Alliance, who "expressed concern about what happened."

    Wow, how many preoccupied, the whole NATO block wassat
    1. +8
      5 October 2015 14: 30
      In response to concern, it is necessary to withdraw from the territory of Turkey all our vacationers in resorts. smile
      1. -1
        5 October 2015 15: 41
        to withdraw from the territory of Turkey all our vacationers in resorts...
        And preferably immediately to Germany.
      2. 0
        5 October 2015 15: 50
        Quote: Baloo_bst
        It is necessary to withdraw from the territory of Turkey in response to concern all our vacationers at resorts.



        And "working Natasha" - too ... This will be a blow to the Turks, without any radiation ... No attendants, no women ...
  10. +10
    5 October 2015 14: 26
    In the distant 84 goal, he upholstered the thresholds of the hydrographic service of the Northern Fleet, which put a space navigation system on my boat. Then it was called Sail, now GLONAS. But under various pretexts they refused, while my friend at the school in the Pacific Fleet didn’t taxi to the territorial waters of Taiwan on a 641 project. Immediately came the order of the Commander. Install space on all such projects.
    1. +10
      5 October 2015 14: 38
      I served as a naval border guard on the Turkish-Georgian border in the late 80s. I served on the boat "GRIF" project 1400. Even in those years, I taxied to the territory of Turkey more than once. They didn’t even turn on one projectile, nor did they send any boat ... zero at all. No one ever said a word to us that we were crossing the border. There was a chance we fell asleep and went deeper for several miles, until the land border guards began to call us that we were completely okay.
  11. +2
    5 October 2015 14: 27
    How many times did the Turks go to war in Russia? Already forgotten. And here it’s hysterical - a violation of the airspace by a military aircraft from Syria, where the Turks themselves are not puzzled by flight permits ...
    1. +12
      5 October 2015 14: 38
      Quote: sds87
      How many times did the Turks go to war in Russia?

      the argument is killer. At the Foreign Ministry, he is considered the aerobatics of diplomacy, I hope.
      1. +1
        5 October 2015 15: 13
        Quote: Das Boot
        Quote: sds87
        How many times did the Turks go to war in Russia?

        the argument is killer. At the Foreign Ministry, he is considered the aerobatics of diplomacy, I hope.

        Of course killer. The foreign ministry of countries only speaks like this: you remember, but you remember, and then, and then you. World language of diplomacy. laughing hi
        1. +1
          5 October 2015 15: 16
          Quote: keel 31
          World language of diplomacy.
          1. 0
            6 October 2015 19: 34
            This is my favorite moment in this movie!
  12. 0
    5 October 2015 14: 28
    Judging by the photo, did the "Rook" really break it?
    Maybe a reconnaissance flight for "dumping" militants.
    1. 0
      5 October 2015 14: 33
      Quote: alkur
      Judging by the photo, did the "Rook" really break it?

      I read on other resources that the Su-30SM was. In any case, two F-25s would not have been raised to intercept the Su-16th.
      1. 0
        5 October 2015 18: 21
        Quote: Lt. air force reserve
        I read on other resources that the Su-30SM was. In any case, two F-25s would not have been raised to intercept the Su-16th.

        And how do they distinguish between locators, is it a Su-25 or a Su-30?
  13. +1
    5 October 2015 14: 29
    Well, maybe not so simple? Ours settle there, maybe they specially monitor the situation or the terrain?
  14. -1
    5 October 2015 14: 31
    So far, it has just flown, but it will be worse for the Turks.
  15. +1
    5 October 2015 14: 32
    Everything according to the "plan", flew in and looked at what was needed and where it was needed, is that all that is not clear here? There is a war and the militants can fully use the transfer there, plus help the Kurds with spreading information, well, be ready ourselves, Turks with amers can cook nasty things, so our board flew "not as if", showed everything under control, and then shout, be indignant, this is your right
    1. +1
      5 October 2015 16: 40
      And how many Americans "lost orientation." Powers flew under Sverdlovsk.
  16. 0
    5 October 2015 14: 33
    it is necessary to declare a no-fly zone over Syria, and force falcons and phantoms to land, otherwise they fly apart .....
  17. 0
    5 October 2015 14: 33
    Honestly, having read this news on RT, I thought that it was a fake, since the planes leave for work in pairs, two attack planes + a cover from a pair of fighters, but if they recognized it, it means the truth ... maybe I decided to touch it, but the risk is very high.
    1. 0
      5 October 2015 15: 06
      Quote: katalonec2014
      ... may have decided to feel, but the risk is very high
      I agree the risk is great, but the goal is to cover the skies of Syria for Turkish aircraft. After all, the Turks did not fight with ISIS, but with the Kurds and Assad.
  18. +8
    5 October 2015 14: 34
    Polite flew okay)
    1. +3
      5 October 2015 14: 44
      That's for sure: politely flew, politely flew out - everything is cultural, what noise they raised ... it's unclear =)
  19. +14
    5 October 2015 14: 37
    This is a warning to Turkey ... Russia is not joking! (The devils ran to you after all from Syria?)
  20. -2
    5 October 2015 14: 39
    Quote: Lt. Air Force stock
    Quote: alkur
    Judging by the photo, did the "Rook" really break it?

    on other resources I read that the Su-30SM was. In any case, two F-25s would not have been raised to intercept the Su-16th.

    Yes, these things can flaunt, they say the Air Force was intercepted, and taken away from the borders, but in fact, I won’t be surprised that while the diapers were changed and the bricks were laid out before departure, our plane had already completed everything and returned.
    1. +7
      5 October 2015 14: 48
      Quote: alkur
      Yes, these things can flaunt, they say the Air Force was intercepted, and taken away from the borders, but in fact, I won’t be surprised that while the diapers were changed and the bricks were laid out before departure, our plane had already completed everything and returned.

      what are these bravado? The fact itself is not pleasant. Last March, the Turks shot down a Syrian who attacked the opposition in Latakia and found himself in Turkish air.
      1. 0
        5 October 2015 17: 09
        Bravado is not needed, but there is no need to ignore it. Turks are closer to the Amer system of values ​​than to ours. So their pilots love life much more than the need to obey orders. Destroy our plane, with the prospect of being destroyed yourself? I’m not sure that the Turkish pilot will like this idea. This Chinese man rammed an Amer scout and died. Ours would be able to. But not the Turks and not Amer.
  21. +10
    5 October 2015 14: 40
    Here's how the news from TASS sounds:A Su-30 fighter near the Syrian-Turkish border captured two Turkish F-16 aircraft as a target, the Turkish General Staff said, indicating that "the state of the aircraft has not been established."

    The incident occurred on October 4, reports TASS.

    “Ten F-16 aircraft (Turkish Air Force) patrolled around the Turkish-Syrian border. During the execution of this mission, the Su-30 aircraft with unidentified state ownership for five minutes and 40 seconds kept two of our F-16s at the sight of its radar, ”the General Staff said.
    1. 0
      5 October 2015 14: 58
      That’s understandable! Politely and clearly explained where and who it is possible and necessary to bomb! From the Kurds due. smile
      I am proud of Russia!
    2. 0
      5 October 2015 15: 34
      Well! What about your fingers? fellow
    3. +2
      5 October 2015 16: 07
      Yea Yea. Patrolled - ten! And all at once believed. Kurds, you were saved from a massive blow. Do not forget to pray for the health of this pilot.
  22. -6
    5 October 2015 14: 40
    It is necessary to "accidentally" drop a couple of ammunition at the military airfields of these NATO sixes. They handed the note ...
  23. +2
    5 October 2015 14: 42
    But why did all run with this flight, on all portals? There fighting - flew around, unfolds, you never know what else. Well, Turkey naturally raised its planes, what else could they do? Because of this, Turkey and Russia will not spoil long-term beneficial relations in any way.
  24. -1
    5 October 2015 14: 44
    They deliberately violated it, most likely to present a claim to the NATO members.
  25. -1
    5 October 2015 14: 46
    The guys would be glad that the rest did not come to the rescue. NATA until it wakes up ...
  26. +12
    5 October 2015 14: 47
    So if anyone does not know how many terrorist training camps on the territory of Turkey itself it was easy to mix up soon, we will bomb.
    1. +2
      5 October 2015 15: 09
      + 100!
      In addition, the main flow of cannon fodder to ISIS is going through Turkey. Well, we also note the special role of Turkey in the flood of Europe with refugees from Asian countries. Sometimes it seems that they don’t have borders there at all, and then they got out of hand.
  27. -1
    5 October 2015 14: 49
    Yes, it was necessary to fly into the specialist, to listen to what they listened to. And now welcome (try to fly into) Syrian territory.
  28. 0
    5 October 2015 14: 49
    The military operation of the Russian Federation in Syria. Online streaming. 6 day.
    http://cont.ws/post/129917
  29. -1
    5 October 2015 14: 50
    Russian plane last weekend violated Turkish airspace

    probably a Turkish plane drove out of Syria's airspace.
  30. +5
    5 October 2015 14: 55
    Specially looked where this Yailadag. There, the sickly appendix 15x15 km of Turkish territory juts deep into Syria. No wonder they flew into the Turkish sky. Modern aviation - it missed the turn for 5 seconds - flew 2 kilometers further than necessary.
    For those who themselves will climb to check - see the southernmost edge of Turkey, south of the large city of Antakya.
  31. -1
    5 October 2015 15: 00
    The wind was strong, it blew a little, why get nervous ... In general, there is wind, i.e. snowstorm, probably more satisfied with NATO, not the Turks.
  32. +2
    5 October 2015 15: 00
    Similarly, Turkish aircraft will be seen in the sky of Syria. Just so our flyers do nothing. Cross Turkey out of its allies against ISIS.
  33. -1
    5 October 2015 15: 02
    Russian plane violated Turkish airspace from Syria

    Horrible! Urgent validol. I hope they survive this ...
  34. +2
    5 October 2015 15: 02
    As they say overseas: "it's collateral damage"
    It is better to let the damage be so, and not in the form of bombing the hospital.
    Everyone, including Turks, understands that the goal of the pilot was not Turkey. Ours are busy with other things there.
    Nevertheless, we have acknowledged the violation and the explanations have been distributed. The conflict is settled.
    1. +23
      5 October 2015 15: 05
      Quote: x.andvlad
      Better let the damage be so, and not the destruction of the hospital.

      offtopic: watched TVC yesterday. Pleased with the Afghan policeman. Or is it a universal wear helmet?
      1. 0
        5 October 2015 16: 02
        This is a universal cut of the military budget, from our "partners". The loot was written off, and in front of the journalist brother they issued an NIB for presentability, they just did not have time to train laughing
      2. +2
        5 October 2015 16: 35
        For officers - a visor forward, an ordinary visor back so that they do not forget about the nuances. East is a delicate matter.
        1. +1
          5 October 2015 16: 50
          Quote: Uncle VasyaSayapin
          For officers - a visor forward, an ordinary visor back so that they do not forget about the nuances. East is a delicate matter.

          Well, everything is intelligibly explained. Thank you, Uncle Vasya)
      3. 0
        5 October 2015 17: 20
        Apparently the amers still have a sense of humor. They taught the poor farmer how to wear a helmet for fun :)
  35. +1
    5 October 2015 15: 04
    "After it was intercepted by two Turkish F-16 fighters patrolling the area" ... please note this fact ... it was not detected by the Turkish air defense radar, in fact, it collided with the patrolling aircraft of the Air Force.
    The second question ... in fact, the Turkish Air Force covered up the terrorists, whether in the place of a Russian Syrian plane it is not known how it still ended.
  36. +1
    5 October 2015 15: 05
    The Turkish howl, says that we are doing everything right, but they don’t like it. I would like to fill up the Assad Turks, and take a piece of the Syrian country in my hands.
    1. +1
      5 October 2015 15: 14
      Quote: python2a
      Turkish howl, says that we are doing everything right

      what exactly is right? Breaking their airspace? What are you talking about, comrade?
      Quote: python2a
      I would like to fill up the Assad Turks, and take a piece of the Syrian country in my hands.
      Yes FSUs them Assad, their PKK worries more. And what kind of "Syrian land" are you talking about?
  37. +2
    5 October 2015 15: 09
    It's okay, because if it was a Su-30, then it just covered the actions of the attack aircraft from ** possible troubles ** Which the Syrian neighbors will plan to change Yes, and the Turkish Air Force quarrels with the Russians somehow
  38. +1
    5 October 2015 15: 12
    Quote: st25310
    A Su-30 fighter near the Syrian-Turkish border captured two Turkish F-16 aircraft as a target, the Turkish General Staff said, indicating that "the state of the aircraft has not been established."
    “Ten F-16 aircraft (Turkish Air Force) patrolled around the Turkish-Syrian border. During the execution of this mission, the Su-30 aircraft with unidentified state ownership for five minutes and 40 seconds kept two of our F-16s at the sight of its radar, ”the General Staff said.
    The incident occurred on October 4, reports TASS.


    ANKARA, October 5th. / Corr. TASS Kirill Zharov. The MIG-29 fighter near the Syrian-Turkish border captured two Turkish F-16 aircraft as a target.

    This was stated by the Turkish General Staff, indicating that "the state ownership of the aircraft has not been established."

    The incident took place on October 4th. "Ten F-16 (Turkish Air Force) aircraft patrolled the Turkish-Syrian border. During this mission, a MIG-29 aircraft with an unidentified nationality for five minutes and 40 seconds kept two of our F-16s on its radar sight." - said the General Staff.

    The military department did not provide other details. Presumably, MIG-29 was in Syrian airspace and did not violate the Turkish border.

    http://tass.ru/mezhdunarodnaya-panorama/2318628
  39. -1
    5 October 2015 15: 25
    Quote: Funnels
    ... for five minutes and 40 seconds I kept two of our F-16s at the sight of my radar [/ i]
    Well, just with the bricks flew back.
  40. +1
    5 October 2015 15: 25
    "For some reason, the Turkish authorities, together with their colleagues, are not very concerned about the fact that they themselves have repeatedly violated the airspace of a sovereign state, which is Syria."

    And they themselves ultimately demand that Russian planes stop bombing the opposition ...

    It is a pity that our gave an official reason to complain about ...

    Although they (Turks) in their statements already reach Ukrainian-American insanity ... Now they will also drag in the MiG-29, they will say that it is Russian ... But there are none of them (MiG-29) of ours in Syria, there, they are all openly visible from space ...

    PS Accept, take the opposition into your territory ... I hope it will spoil the situation for you ... And you will have a holiday - on the one hand - the Kurds, on the other hand - the uncontrollable Syrian "opposition" (that is, gangs "on a visit "...
  41. -1
    5 October 2015 15: 32
    Scared the Turks. The stink has gone.
  42. 0
    5 October 2015 15: 34
    The trouble of the Turks is that on one side there is a "Turkish stream", and on the other - a member of the alliance! And the mb Turkish card was played for the Germans, could they not allow statements on fluctuations in their influence in Europe and having signed "Nordstream-1"? In general, the Turks have nothing to worry about - the cabman was already without apples))
    And about the mythical Mig-29, a pun in general - he kept two fighters on the sight for 6 minutes))) our people wouldn’t have waited so much for this opportunity))) and minus them full - 1 fighter 2 was taken into the trap - how are the pants?
  43. +4
    5 October 2015 15: 42
    Quote: st25310
    I used to think, when do we start to respect us? And now I understand, we need to be afraid. To be afraid to trembling knees, to urinate in your pants when Russia is upset. Without fear, there is no respect, because confidence in impunity breeds lawlessness. We warned ... For Ukraine, a separate talk-showdown will be mandatory and tough. For our grandfathers, for our people, for our memory. Wait for us bastards ...

    As Karen Shakhnazarov said at Solovyov's, “Putin flew to the Security Council meeting as the leader of a strong regional power, and flew away as the leader of a Super Power!” Draw conclusions comrades commanders! Putin will save Syria with little blood (preferably without), our Army will complete all tasks somehow:
    1.creation of strategic military bases +
    2.Support the offensive of the Syrian army in the north.
    -the task of the operation (RF Armed Forces + ATS) once ... to make American friends and force them to leave the fortified areas and flee to the Turkish border! Why? THEN-
  44. EFA
    -1
    5 October 2015 16: 08
    A colleague ahead of above))

    And I think this is a test for lice, and the "violation" was on purpose.
    And while we were poking around with the "violator", we quietly "phoned" them, and on the political side - also a useful "violation".
  45. -1
    5 October 2015 16: 18
    uh ... you think about it ... yes ... the heel will be ruled out yes .... visit the hostel, I swear by my mother ... wassat
  46. +1
    5 October 2015 16: 19
    Quote: x.andvlad
    As they say overseas: "it's collateral damage"
    It is better to let the damage be so, and not in the form of bombing the hospital.
    Everyone, including Turks, understands that the goal of the pilot was not Turkey. Ours are busy with other things there.
    Nevertheless, we have acknowledged the violation and the explanations have been distributed. The conflict is settled.

    Well, I told you!
    The violation of Turkish airspace by a Russian military plane on Saturday happened "by mistake", such cases should not be repeated in the future, Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said. reports Reuters.
    1. 0
      5 October 2015 19: 15
      But what about the fingers?
  47. 0
    5 October 2015 16: 20
    came out of the attack .. and the device squealed about the "critical angle" .. Happy Videoconferencing ..
  48. -1
    5 October 2015 16: 22
    Well, what is it? don't like it, move the border. We need, then we will fly
  49. 0
    5 October 2015 16: 25
    Russia admitted the fact of violation and provided clarification to Ankara. According to Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu, as follows from Moscow’s explanations, the violation of airspace occurred “by mistake”.

    Read more at RBC:
    http://www.rbc.ru/rbcfreenews/56126f429a7947599d430bc5
    What more? Now let the Turks try to fly into Syria.
  50. 0
    5 October 2015 16: 26
    And Turkey recognizes the numerous facts of crossing its border by thugs (prepared in Turkey with American money to kill the military and civilians in Syria).
  51. -1
    5 October 2015 16: 26
    It looks like he was protecting the Kurds from a raid. I took him for escort and drove until they began to sneeze. So I didn’t notice, I stopped by a little. But the Turks are persistent, almost 6 minutes in sight, and everyone tried...
  52. +1
    5 October 2015 16: 27
    I wonder if our help to Syria will somehow affect the construction of a gas pipeline to Turkey or through Turkey???
  53. 0
    5 October 2015 16: 45
    And well done for recognizing it. Let them fly and leave me alone! ))
  54. 0
    5 October 2015 16: 50
    A message has already arrived that the NATO Council is discussing this fact. We're excited, today Türkiye, tomorrow Berlin
  55. -1
    5 October 2015 17: 01
    Ahhaaaahaa!. Tselij roman v kommentarijah :) Gadajte, gadajte, raz priehli na vostok, tol'ko i gadat' budete teper'!
    1. -2
      5 October 2015 17: 25
      They will wonder whether it will fly on their heads today, tomorrow or the day after tomorrow :) And if you, my friend, don’t like this forum, why did you come here? Move on with God.
  56. -2
    5 October 2015 17: 31
    The very fact of the presence of the Su-30SM + fighters was still reported today about the Krasukha, very clearly said that now we will play by our rules. And this example, primarily with the capture of the guidance radar, showed that the jokes are over, guys. We've been patient for so long!
    1. 0
      5 October 2015 19: 32
      Quote: TIO1969
      Today there was still information about “Krasukha”, he said very clearly that now we will play by our rules.

      There is such a thing soldier
  57. 0
    5 October 2015 17: 51
    SYRIA Russian plane flew into the Turkish side!NATO convenes an extraordinary meeting News
  58. -1
    5 October 2015 18: 32
    Are we still planning to build a gas pipeline with the Turks? It seems to me that Gazprom needs to think hard about this. Turks are not people you can be friends with. They raised a howl out of nowhere, just think it flew in, it didn’t bomb anyone. The sky over Syria is simply not enough for our aerospace forces. lol
  59. 0
    5 October 2015 19: 23
    Nothing happens by chance in such a situation, this is a “light” hint of “thick” circumstances laughing
  60. +3
    5 October 2015 19: 23
    Well, it got knocked up and got knocked up... Just think, what a disaster. The Turks and Nata became concerned and expressed protest. Well, that's all, it's time to forget. Like a hippopotamus in duckweed..., excuse me, I farted. We fly wherever we can.
  61. -1
    5 October 2015 19: 39
    damn they just piss me off)) CONCERNED or not???
  62. -1
    5 October 2015 19: 56
    “All inclusive,” the ambassador said in response.
    It was news.
    And now, at the request of BBC radio listeners, we are broadcasting a new song, “Five Forty”!
  63. +1
    5 October 2015 20: 44
    These are the costs of combat work. I remember during our service on the Karelian Isthmus, our valiant men regularly visited Finland, not out of malice, but out of simplicity. So what, the Chukhonians also raised their forces on duty, grumbled through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, but did not make a scandal.
  64. -1
    5 October 2015 21: 29
    The NATO mongrel barked at the bear. And into the booth.
  65. +1
    5 October 2015 22: 13
    Well, we bomb precision weapons plus or minus one meter, but the plane itself flies plus minus one hundred kilometers wassat
  66. 0
    5 October 2015 23: 26
    As far as I understand, the incident with the violation of Turkish airspace by our Su-30 aircraft occurred on October 3. A fact confirmed by our Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ministry of Defense. And here is what they write in NATO:
    NATO said that Russian Su-30 and Su-24 aircraft violated Turkish airspace twice over the weekend - on October 3 and 4. Moreover, according to the alliance, this was done despite “timely and repeated” warnings from the Turkish authorities. The alliance also demanded that Moscow immediately provide an explanation in connection with the invasion of the space of an alliance member country and henceforth refrain from such actions.

    But about the incident on October 4:
    “On October 4, ten F-16 fighters of the Turkish Armed Forces patrolled the Turkish-Syrian border. During this mission, an unidentified MiG-29 aircraft began to pursue two of our fighters, keeping it as a target on the radar for 5,4 minutes,” the General Staff said in a statement. .

    The Russian Ministry of Defense emphasized that the unidentified MiG-29 fighters have nothing to do with the Russian air group. Major General Igor Konashenkov told reporters that “there are no aircraft of this type at the Khmeimim airbase.”

    Question: was it the Syrian MiG-29, or our Su-30SM?
  67. 0
    6 October 2015 09: 50
    Quote: Bison
    And on the 3rd, 4 Israeli F-15s intercepted.
    The Jews fled in afterburner

    For reference, the speed of the F-15 is significantly higher than the speed of the SU-30SM (2650 km/h versus 2125 km/h, respectively). So, even without afterburner, they could have easily left without straining.
  68. 0
    6 October 2015 15: 43
    Quote: juborg
    USA ALREADY OFFICIALLY DECLARED THAT THE RUSSIAN AIRCRAFT INTENTIONALLY VIOLATED THE AIR SPACE OF THE NATO COUNTRY. They were unanimously supported from NATO, and convene an emergency council to counter Russian aggression. So, one oversight can do so much harm.


    I think that in this case we can agree with the Americans, otherwise the idea arises that Russian pilots are not professionals.
  69. win
    +2
    7 October 2015 13: 59
    So much fuss because of an accidental plane. What if there is a training camp or a gathering of terrorists on Turkish territory near the border with Syria? Why can’t we bomb the Herods?
  70. 0
    7 October 2015 15: 00
    So what? Are the Turks not violating the borders of Syria? Or Americans and other “democratizers”?

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