Erdogan threatens to terminate the "gas" and "atomic" contracts with the Russian Federation if the aircraft of the Russian Aerospace Forces continue to violate the air borders of Turkey

The Turkish President said that in connection with the violation of Turkish airspace by the airspace of the Russian Federation of Aircraft Ankara may revise earlier economic decisions. In particular, Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that Turkey may refuse to implement the Turkish Stream project, as well as suspend work on the coordination of the construction of the Akkuyu nuclear power plant under the Rosatom project.
LifeNews Erdogan’s statement to translate the fragment:


If the Russians do not build the Akkuyu nuclear power plant, someone else will build it.




Meanwhile, Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu claims that the Russian side has apologized for the violation of the airspace, and therefore the incidents will not entail a deterioration in relations between Turkey and Russia. In addition, the Turkish Ministry of Defense says that they have begun consultations with the Russian side in order to subsequently avoid accidental entry of Russian fighters performing missions in Syria into the Turkish airspace.

Recall that Turkey and Russia signed a contract for the construction of a gas pipeline, which will run under the Black Sea. The pipeline will reach the border with the EU, and then the European countries will decide to extend the branches deep into the territorial association.
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  1. fregina1 8 October 2015 12: 27 New
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    Oh yes, and you ask for ... to support the idea of ​​Greater Kurdistan !!! And ento is almost 4 part of Turkey!
    And then a regional power such as Turkey, as a language, a cow licked!
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    2. War and Peace 8 October 2015 12: 29 New
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      in general, Kurds are such Ukrainians for Turkey, in order to overturn the country on their backs, it is necessary to arm the Kurds under the guise of "democracy" and "freedom of self-determination", the Kurds are stubborn guys and they know how to fight and the Turks will not find it much, Turkey is a member NATO, therefore, our enemy, and the enemy of my enemy is my friend, it is a pity that the Kremlin does not understand this. It is a pity that Russia, instead of supporting its ally, is engaged in flirting with a member of NATO ...
      1. oleg-gr 8 October 2015 12: 32 New
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        Erdogan is furious and hysterical. The election results are not clear to him. Works on the image in front of voters.
        1. i80186 8 October 2015 12: 33 New
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          I will frostbite my ears to evil. Well, so funny. smile
          1. Lelek 8 October 2015 12: 38 New
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            Quote: i80186
            I will frostbite my ears to evil.


            Bam! The puppeteer pulled the rope and the puppet puffed out his cheeks. bully
            1. GRAY 8 October 2015 12: 46 New
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              Quote: Lelek
              Bam! The puppeteer pulled the rope and the puppet puffed out his cheeks.

              The Saudis, with contracts for the construction of a nuclear power plant and the purchase of weapons, are in line. They have already proposed reducing oil production in exchange for a change in Russia's position in Syria.
              However, the Russian government made it clear that bargaining is inappropriate here and blackmail will not work.
              1. bulvas 8 October 2015 12: 56 New
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                Never traveled to Turkey and did not intend to,
                and now - especially not going

                Maybe they expect that millions of Americans will go to them?

                1. Buffalo 8 October 2015 13: 00 New
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                  Erdogan realized that he has no other way than to support the United States. Understands, obviously, that Turkey will not become after that. And therefore such decisions ..
                  His hopes for a revival of the Ottoman Empire, from the Caspian to the Mediterranean Sea, came across a wall erected by Putin.
                  1. Darkmor 8 October 2015 13: 28 New
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                    And the contracts have a fad that they can be canceled unilaterally if the planes violate the airspace?
                    Usually, such things involve either agreement with all parties to the contract or the payment of a serious penalty (recall Mistral).

                    And then bad luck, contracts with the Turkish Stream began to stall before our operation in Syria began.
                    And the contract for the construction of a nuclear power plant block was earlier delayed by the Turks themselves, for some internal reasons.
                    Erdogan now wants to convince us that the planes are to blame?

                    Well, you do not want to expand your energy and gas transportation system, your business. You will not be forcibly sweet. Does someone hold your eggs? - this is your business.
                    Pay us the penalty stipulated by the contracts, and we will say goodbye.
                    We already have enough "friends" who are ready to give us all the opportunity, anyway, we don’t need another one in the form of Turkey.
                    Erdogan does not understand this? What did he count on when concluding contracts?

                    We need a strong friend with whom we can speak on equal terms and who will not bend from any blow of the “North Atlantic” wind. I admit, a year ago, I thought that Erdogan could be one. Apparently, he was mistaken. But it’s better to admit the mistake now than not believe your eyes to the last.
                    Let's see if Erdogan will be replaced by a politician who considers Turkey’s interests more important than NATO’s?
                    1. g1v2 8 October 2015 13: 57 New
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                      The Turkish stream after the signing of the Nord Stream 2 Treaty is no longer so important. THE ROSATOM OF CONTRACTS FOR 300 BILLION DOLLARS FOR 10 YEARS FORWARD CONCLUDED. Th scared a hedgehog with a bare ass. But still a strange thing. After the words of GDP about the Armenian Genocide, relations with Turkey sharply cooled, but then Erdogan arrives at the opening of the cathedral mosque and talks with Putin in a friendly manner. The Turkish stream does not advance, but thanks to him, the Germans agreed to Nord Stream 2. Syria has a bad temperament, but after Erdogan ousted a million refugees at once, Europe’s attitude towards the Russian Aerospace Forces operation in Syria is quite loyal. So nothing is clear there.
                    2. veksha50 8 October 2015 14: 06 New
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                      Quote: Darkmor
                      Let's see if Erdogan will be replaced by a politician who considers Turkey’s interests more important than NATO’s?



                      Too bad, but it's just a dream ...

                      By and large, the geopolitical interests of Russia and Turkey are unlikely to find mutual understanding between each other ...

                      PS Damn, it would be our Bosphorus, and you could forget about Turkey ...
                      1. Mahmut 8 October 2015 15: 41 New
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                        If the Russians do not build the Akkuyu nuclear power plant, someone else will build it.

                        Either someone else will build, or Russians will still build it, but in a different place.
                  2. Maxom75 8 October 2015 13: 42 New
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                    The Akkuyu NPP project must be terminated; it is not profitable for us. The construction cost is about 22 billion dollars, the payback period is 60-80 years. The service life is 100 years, i.e. I, like most of those present here, will supply e-mail at the expense of my taxes. the energy of the Turks. I need it? The project of the great Ottoman Empire was covered for Erdogan for a long time, and after re-election to parliament, he will generally become a nominal figure (the king of Sweden) seems to be there, but he does not make a decision. That rages from powerlessness. The Kurds should be supported so that the Turks would not be bored with life. Give weapons and teach how to conduct sabotage so that the east of Turkey burns. Then he will not be up to our planes.
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              3. Stirbjorn 8 October 2015 13: 06 New
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                Quote: GRAY
                The Saudis, with contracts for the construction of a nuclear power plant and the purchase of weapons, are in line. They have already proposed reducing oil production in exchange for a change in Russia's position in Syria.
                However, the Russian government made it clear that bargaining is inappropriate here and blackmail will not work.

                The Saudis have already thrown an iPhone at the time, promising to buy a bunch of our equipment, in exchange for refusing to supply Iran with already paid S-300s. So no one will step on the rake.
              4. veksha50 8 October 2015 13: 54 New
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                Quote: GRAY
                The Saudis, with contracts for the construction of a nuclear power plant and the purchase of weapons, are in line. They have already proposed reducing oil production in exchange for a change in Russia's position in Syria.



                There, something in the news flashed that ISIS had set fire to some oil pipelines today (where I did not really understand) ...

                Well, the IS is such a strange thing ... maybe the Saudis - in gratitude for the funding - to jerk when they don’t like something ...

                So for now, keep quiet about oil, let's wait how the situation will develop ...
          2. veksha50 8 October 2015 13: 51 New
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            Quote: i80186
            I will frostbite my ears to evil. Well, so funny.



            Well, he and Turkey as a whole, to spite Russia, will not freeze his ears ... In one, he is right: there will be suppliers and builders besides Russia ...

            However, if until then (before its threats), Russia has been careful in supporting the Kurds, then the vector of help can not only be changed, but also strengthened ...

            So, having spoiled Russia, he did not think that his poop in weighted form would return as a boomerang ...

            He threw us money and time with a gas pipeline, and as a result, he may lose part of the country's territory ...

            And it doesn’t stink because of some kind of plane striking a wing through Turkish airspace ... Demands and claims were much more significant - they demanded to stop our bombing in Syria in general ...

            Such a “bashful" Erdogan, bashfully does not admit that his greatest fear is the Kurds ...
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              gjv 8 October 2015 14: 30 New
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              Quote: veksha50
              Such a “bashful" Erdogan, bashfully does not admit that his greatest fear is the Kurds ...

              And the Greeks again trying "on the tooth." Turkish fighters violated Greek airspace 39 times in a row.
              10 aircraft F-16 and F-4A, 3 CN-235 and one helicopter violated Greek airspace 39 times and 10 times - the rules of flights in the Athens area. At 10-46 local time, two Turkish aircraft flew around the island of Makronisos and a group of islands of Anthropophagi ...
              1. veksha50 8 October 2015 21: 26 New
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                Quote: gjv
                And he again tries the Greeks "by the tooth." Turkish fighters violated Greek airspace 39 times in Wednesday



                Hmm ... That's a linguistic and irresponsible policy ...

                When Kerry gave the Turks the “fas” command to shoot down and defeat Russian planes the day before yesterday, the Greeks immediately spoke out that they would shoot down every Turkish plane that violated their air borders ...

                So this boltology is similar to the 101st Chinese warning ...

                PS Do not forget that both countries are members of NATO ... That is, again, a policy of two standards is traced: what is allowed to Jupiter (Turks) is not allowed to a bull (Greeks) ...
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              gjv 8 October 2015 14: 30 New
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              Quote: veksha50
              Such a “bashful" Erdogan, bashfully does not admit that his greatest fear is the Kurds ...

              And the Greeks again trying "on the tooth." Turkish fighters violated Greek airspace 39 times in a row.
              10 aircraft F-16 and F-4A, 3 CN-235 and one helicopter violated Greek airspace 39 times and 10 times - the rules of flights in the Athens area. At 10-46 local time, two Turkish aircraft flew around the island of Makronisos and a group of islands of Anthropophagi ...
        2. MIKHAN 8 October 2015 12: 37 New
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          Quote: oleg-gr
          Erdogan is furious and hysterical. The election results are not clear to him. Works on the image in front of voters.

          What, what if ... bully Violation, stand .... laughing
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          avt 8 October 2015 13: 01 New
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          Quote: oleg-gr
          Erdogan is furious and hysterical. The election results are not clear to him. Works on the image in front of voters.

          Well, because of the image - vryatli. Most likely, our specialists really covered his specialists and advisers / participants of the anti-Ghil coalition, and on a rather sensitive scale for the Turkish army and special services. And the prospect of an Assad offensive with the arrival of frostbitten armed militants in Turkey is not encouraging. For the possible arming of the Kurds, moreover not loyal usa borzanists, but quite tough and irreconcilable Ajalanites, and even such a prospect threatens a full-scale civil strife, similar to the current one in Surya, but already in Turkey.
        4. Polite Moose 8 October 2015 13: 07 New
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          Quote: oleg-gr
          Erdogan is furious and hysterical. The election results are not clear to him. Works on the image in front of voters.


          Yeah. I can hardly imagine that because of nothing meaningful violations of the airspace, it’s so simple to take away nuclear energy (with a full cycle of processing and disposal of nuclear waste) and a gas hub to Europe (with preferential rates for myself). It is he who is bowing in our direction, so that they defend. And with the future distribution of spheres of influence on BV, they did not bypass. After all, for him the outcome of the “Syrian-Kurdish topic” is far from clear. I think that if the successes of our group and the government army of Syria become more significant, then he will also give us Turkish airfields at full disposal.
        5. hedgehog in the fog 8 October 2015 13: 50 New
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          which terrible Turks have become, maybe they want to become an empire again? only the owners will never allow it
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            avt 8 October 2015 13: 59 New
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            Quote: hedgehog in the fog
            which terrible Turks have become, maybe they want to become an empire again?

            It can’t, but they want it specifically! Moreover, there’s no pan-Turkic world there, but quite brilliant Port No. 2.
            Quote: hedgehog in the fog
            only the owners will never allow it

            And Sokil’s Bosphorus campaign historical memory is short, well, in relation to how they were used naglosaksa. Here in the First World Turks, the Entente was asked for neutrality of a guarantee of inviolability, and for inclusion in the war on the side of the Entente - to return to them what was lost in the Balkan War of 1912. To which they heard - neutrality is guaranteed ONLY FOR THE PERIOD OF WAR. Well, how to cut the Brilliant Porto - we now see it on the jambs that came out in the form of Kurdish and Syrian issues. Here they somehow forget that in the end they cut not two empires, but three.
        6. znorick 8 October 2015 14: 31 New
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          That's it! There, as in the US, the election circus, and you need to show the electorate who is the best clown. And as for the nuclear power plant, the rejection of the Russian project is for Turkey a shot in the foot. Russia offers the most favorable conditions: a low interest loan for this construction, and even with a long delay.
        7. NEXUS 8 October 2015 14: 48 New
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          Quote: oleg-gr
          Erdogan is furious and hysterical. The election results are not clear to him. Works on the image in front of voters.

          Turkey is one of the sponsors of ISIS along with the USA, England and Saudi Arabia. Therefore, it is hysterical that they stepped on the tail of Amer’s mongrel.
          1. hedgehog in the fog 8 October 2015 22: 40 New
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            Turks do not sponsor, they are just intermediaries, chopping sick cabbage at the same time
            1. NEXUS 8 October 2015 22: 45 New
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              Quote: hedgehog in the fog
              Turks do not sponsor, they are just intermediaries, chopping sick cabbage at the same time

              Do you think that the mediator is not an accomplice? The Turks are buying up all the looted historical relics from ISIS.
              And about sponsorship ... so Turkey is the main US ally in the Middle East, which is quite successfully producing its own weapons. And do you think that the Turks do not supply their ISIS samples?
        8. 44 World 8 October 2015 16: 23 New
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          Never been friends with Turkey and do not start to hell ...
        9. PSih2097 8 October 2015 20: 59 New
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          Erdogan is furious and hysterical. The election results are not clear to him. Works on the image in front of voters.

          in response, for our tourists to close Turkey for visits, throw it to Egypt ...
      2. vadimN 8 October 2015 12: 39 New
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        The Kurds should only make some noise in the center of Turkey, and then you can recommend that Russian tourists do not go to Turkey for security reasons ... This same Davutoglu remembers what percentage of Turkey's GDP is made up of tourism revenues, and mainly Russian ???
        1. Beaver 8 October 2015 13: 11 New
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          Quote: vadimN
          Well, you can recommend that Russian tourists do not go to the tourist area for safety reasons ...

          yes Russian tourists leave abroad significant amounts for host countries. So it’s quite possible for them (tourists) to be turned into an instrument of international politics. Calling for patriotism seems futile. So it's time for our Duma thinkers to create a mechanism for regulating tourist flows. For starters, at least, stop paying for public spending on vacations in countries whose governments allow themselves "extra liberties." hi
        2. Polite Moose 8 October 2015 13: 14 New
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          Quote: vadimN
          This same Davutoglu remembers what percentage of Turkey’s GDP is tourism revenue, and mainly Russian ???


          And if you find larvae of the Colorado potato beetle (according to the method of Comrade Onishchenko) in Turkish consumer goods, confectionery, and electrical goods, then it will become quite fun.
          1. Bayonet 8 October 2015 13: 45 New
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            Quote: Polite Moose
            And if you find larvae of the Colorado potato beetle in Turkish consumer goods, confectionery and electrical goods

            Maybe it's worth it all the same to start releasing your own, then you do not need to look for larvae ... hi
            1. Polite Moose 8 October 2015 14: 31 New
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              Maybe it's worth it all the same to start releasing your own, then you do not need to look for larvae ... hi[/ Quote]

              "Larvae" is for the future. For educational purposes, so to speak. Regardless of the availability of its analogues. I do not know anything so Turkish that Russia would not produce on its own. Perhaps, perhaps, we don’t do any high-tech shawarma. In general, we produce both consumer goods and confectionery and chandeliers, sockets, switches with bulbs, and of very good quality. But the counters (in our region in any case) are largely filled with Turkish goods. Finding “larvae” is making room for our product. Niches in the market fill up quickly. That's just the lobby of importers of Turkish crap we have is quite strong.
              PS I forgot the beer "Efes". None of the world. hi
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      3. Mareman Vasilich 8 October 2015 12: 46 New
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        Comrade, I think at the top know that the Turks are not our friend.
        1. Sid.74 8 October 2015 12: 51 New
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          Quote: Mareman Vasilich
          Comrade, I think at the top know that the Turks are not our friend.

          Tsar Peter-I used to say in his time: “We do not believe three: do not believe a woman, do not believe a Turk, do not believe a non-drinker”
          Nothing has changed since then.
          1. retardu 8 October 2015 13: 41 New
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            My God, what double standards you have is a nightmare.
            I’m sure if I open the topic a year ago with the title “Erdogan criticizes US policy”
            I’ll find there half of those who unsubscribed here with comments: “YES TURKS TO US AS BROTHERS, I WILL GO TO TURKEY TO RELAX, ERDOGAN AND PUTIN BEST FRIENDS”
            1. Sid.74 8 October 2015 14: 11 New
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              My God, what double standards you have is a nightmare.

              Turkey has always played on the contradictions of the West with Russia. Many hoped for the quick construction of the Turkish Stream, which would have very much reassured clowns in Ukraine, but apparently not destiny. But Germany sold its reverse operator to Gazprom, and the memorandum on the northern stream was signed.
              And if you want to talk about double standards, then tell me why you removed the Patriot air defense system from Turkey, what about the vaunted Atlantic solidarity? After all, the enemy is at the gate, Russia and Iran.
              Why did Germany suddenly forget about the Kurds, who literally a year ago helped with weapons and humanitarian aid? Why is Turkey still not in the EU?
              Why did Germany supplying Damascus the components of poisonous substances, after some time forgot about it, and declared Assad a bloody tyrant, who is poisoning "peaceful" protesters, eh?
              Do not Europe point us to double standards.
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        2. Buffalo 8 October 2015 13: 05 New
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          Quote: Mareman Vasilich
          Comrade, I think at the top know that the Turks are not our friend.

          Of course! What friend?! Member of NATO. Historically, we fought with them repeatedly. Today they support extremist Crimean Tatars, Muslims of the Volga region, Chechnya, Dagestan, Karachay-Cherkessia.
          1. Polite Moose 8 October 2015 13: 22 New
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            Of course! What friend?!


            Their friend in the ravine horse eats up.
        3. olegator 8 October 2015 13: 09 New
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          absolutely know. served in the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation in the south of Russia. no one canceled Turkey as targets for our aviation in case of war. all infrastructure and special gifts for this are available. so "friendship-friendship", and gunpowder is always dry for such "friends."
          1. shvn 8 October 2015 14: 32 New
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            )) And now from Crimea you can ...
      4. Sid.74 8 October 2015 12: 49 New
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        The Turkish President said that in connection with the violation of Turkish airspace by the airspace of the Russian Federation of Aircraft Ankara may revise earlier economic decisions.

        But scho, scho happened something? Offended Ali Chavo? You also clearly told, you will persist in Syria, get Stalingrad for Turkish militants.
        Now Erdoganushka minnow swallowed and now Putin will drive him.
        The planes prevented, well, then get ready, together with NATO, to regularly protest against Russian planes. And everything from which, from your stupidity, when you tell Putin not to do something, he usually does exactly what he was asked not to do!laughing
        We didn’t want gas, well, there will be no nuclear power plant, so we did it on credit for you ... now let Westinghouse finish you on the price tag twice as high and for real money, the Bulgarians have Westinghouse already built a nuclear power plant .. .lol

        And you have to forget about the Turk oil khalyavnoy 10-15 dollars per barrel, forever.wink
        You say NATO, but what about a new action-packed game ... "guess where it will fly from" ...laughing
        1. shvn 8 October 2015 14: 35 New
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          ))) Yeah, Sid, admit that the compass was even a little narrowed?
      5. Polite Moose 8 October 2015 12: 55 New
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        in general, Kurds are such Ukrainians for Turkey,


        This phrase reminded me of an old joke:

        The Ukrainian lad, reading a book, asks his father:
        - Old Man, but who are these samurai?
        - Samurai, son, all the same, Japanese Cossacks, tilki hefty nerves.
        (Sorry for the Ukrainian curve)
        1. veksha50 8 October 2015 14: 22 New
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          Quote: Polite Moose
          - Old Man, but who are these samurai?
          - Samurai, my son, nevertheless, Japanese Cossacks, tillers hefty nervous



          To the case - it could be like this:

          "Old Man, but hto are such janissaries?
          That same Turchinov’s Cossacks, who need to be given a tambourine every day to calm them down ... "
      6. st25310 8 October 2015 12: 55 New
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        The main thing is that the strait would not block.
        1. veksha50 8 October 2015 14: 23 New
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          Quote: st25310
          The main thing is that the strait would not block.



          After all, they can try ... Without thinking about the fact that once in history this strait did not become Russian forever ... History does not forgive mistakes, and Russia, I hope, remembers its mistakes and draws conclusions ...
          1. Polite Moose 8 October 2015 15: 07 New
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            After all, they can try ...


            In case they try: We have our own “Ukraine” for the Turks. This is Greece. Remind the Greeks that they are proud descendants of Zeus, Poseidon, Aphrodite and others. Promise them to remake the "Turkish stream" in the "Greek". Marvel at their patience and kindness on the issue of the illegal and flagrant annexation of half of Cyprus by Turkey. Give them the slogan "Our Cyprus!" Recognize that the Greek elephant is the largest and smartest elephant in the world, and Greek oranges are the sweetest and most environmentally friendly. Offer to host an interplanetary chess congress in Athens. Fill hotels with tourists, stir up payments in rubles. Give them a loan in the form of transfer of debt of Ukraine. After that, Erdogan’s most popular medicine will be Relief candles.
            1. Stirbjorn 8 October 2015 16: 27 New
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              Quote: Polite Moose
              Promise them to remake the "Turkish stream" in the "Greek".
              And how to lead through the Turkish straits?
              Quote: Polite Moose
              be patient and kind in the issue of Turkey’s illegal and flagrant annexation of half of Cyprus. Give them the slogan "Our Cyprus!"
              Well, the Greeks tried to recapture Istanbul, after the defeat of the Ottoman Empire, only even the weakened Turks broke them by the first number
              Quote: Polite Moose
              Give them a loan in the form of transfer of debt of Ukraine.

              And they also wrote off and distributed a lot of things. There is no need to squander sovereign good.
              Quote: Polite Moose
              Fill hotels with tourists, stir up payments in rubles.
              And how do you forgive me to fill out? It’s cheaper for the Turks so far) or do you think we love Turks so much that they don’t want to be at sea or go to Orthodox Greece?

              The Greeks, a much older nation than the Turks and the latter, have nothing to do. There is no analogy with Ukraine at all.
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                Quote: Stirbjorn
                And how to lead through the Turkish straits? Well, the Greeks tried to recapture Istanbul, after the defeat of the Ottoman Empire, only even the weakened Turks broke them by the first number


                Actually, there is one idea ... The Greeks in Istanbul and the Straits have long suffered - and so, one of their perspicacious monk to the question "can we return Constantinople?" vanguard that "others it will be taken from the Turks - and given to us "... Question: who really can take Constantinople from the Turks? bully
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      7. AKESHA 8 October 2015 12: 58 New
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        Turkey is an influential political and military player in its region, its abstinence has always been wise, you can not abuse it, if it crashes our plane it will be right by law, but it will put us in an awkward position, to react as it should. And then Turkey, if someone forgot recently concluded an agreement with us contrary to the interests of America, which speaks of its independence,
        1. Sid.74 8 October 2015 13: 07 New
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          Quote: AKESHA
          And then Turkey, if someone forgot, recently signed an agreement with us at odds with the interests of America, which speaks of its independence,

          And the Turkish parliament ratified it, eh?request
        2. Buffalo 8 October 2015 16: 02 New
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          Erdogan’s actions are extremely inconsistent, this is shy! Turkey 39 times violated the airspace of Greece. So, can it be time for the Greeks to put the Buk?
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        1. Stirbjorn 8 October 2015 13: 08 New
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          Quote: AKESHA
          And then Turkey, if someone forgot, recently signed an agreement with us at odds with the interests of America, which speaks of its independence,
          Agreement about what?
          1. Sid.74 8 October 2015 13: 18 New
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            Quote: Stirbjorn
            Agreement about what?

            According to the Turkish stream, which Turkey has not ratified since the parliamentary coalition has not been created. And the government in Turkey is now temporary until the next re-election. Accordingly, they cannot ratify the agreement. The other day Miller said that the construction of the Turkish stream is being transferred to December-January. And all is why Erdogan blew out the elections. Now he is doing all kinds of garbage, he decided to do blackmailing. And for some reason he reminded me of Yatsenyuk ... laughing
      9. Good_Taxist 8 October 2015 13: 12 New
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        On the 100th anniversary of the collapse of the Ottoman Empire, to finish off its remnants ...
      10. Shuttle 8 October 2015 14: 07 New
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        Quote: war and peace
        in general, Kurds are such Ukrainians for Turkey ...

        I do not agree at all.
      11. Weyland 9 October 2015 02: 02 New
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        Turkey is a NATO member, therefore, our enemy, and the enemy of my enemy is my friend


        just like the Chinese say:
        "If the tiger ate your enemy - do not think that the tiger has become your friend"
        Mostly it was the Kurds, not the Turks in 1915m who genocide the Armenians from the heart. And the Sovereign Kurdistan will fall under the mattresses on the move. Conclusion: help the Kurds - but strictly dosed: "and let them kill each other as long as possible!" (with)
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        it’s a pity that they don’t understand this in the Kremlin.

        Do not flatter yourself, the Kremlin understands much more than you think.
        Most recently, it seemed to Putin that it was Syria. Actually, it only seemed. wink
    3. vovanpain 8 October 2015 12: 33 New
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      Erdogan himself got confused in what he said, and naturally his NATO comrades kicked him in the ass, and the Kurds will not go anywhere, but will fight for the Kurdistan, so Erdogan is spinning like a crucian in a pan.
      1. demo 8 October 2015 12: 43 New
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        Now business travelers from Syria will catch up with fishing rods and spinning rods. Here's where to put them and what to do with them?
        Comrade Erdogan needs to think about this.
        And there is no doubt that they will catch up.
        The Syrians on the one hand, the Kurds on the other, the Iranians with Hezbollah on the third, but we, as it were, from above and from the side help this rabble to gather faster on Taksim Meydanı.

        Strange among Turks, the word square resembles the Ukrainian word Maidan!
        Miracles Lord, and nothing more.
        1. A-Sim 8 October 2015 13: 00 New
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          What is so strange here. Some took from others.
        2. Sid.74 8 October 2015 13: 12 New
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          Strange among Turks, the word square resembles the Ukrainian word Maidan!

          Maidan is a Turkic word, not Ukrainian. And literally means a bazaar, a square.wassat
    4. Penetrator 8 October 2015 12: 34 New
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      Erdoganchik began to play in his idea of ​​pan-Turkism. Thinks the US needs a strong Turkey? Whatever the case .. And even more so Russia does not need the revival of the Ottoman Empire. So get and sign - there will be Greater Kurdistan at the expense of Turkey, including. Syria and Iraq have almost reconciled with the loss of Kurdish territories. And the Turks will be forced to reconcile.
    5. zanoza 8 October 2015 12: 36 New
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      Yes, you brother Erdogan is a blackmailer and a schemer!
      What, the death of "their terrorists" in Syria annoying? And their interest in Syria, apparently, is covered with a copper basin.
      How many times do you not offer friendship to Turkey, it still looks at Russia as a wolf.
      We historically quarrel ...
      1. vladimirw 8 October 2015 12: 41 New
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        And not small interest, oil smuggling, historical values ​​all through Turkey - and this is billions, and suddenly all at once with a copper basin!
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      3. Buffalo 8 October 2015 16: 09 New
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        Erdogan is not a Turk by nationality. Its roots are somewhere in the Caucasus. Therefore, he will not regret the Turks.
    6. vodolaz 8 October 2015 13: 36 New
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      Erdogan is a very short-sighted comrade and he will openly play out. In his country, many are waiting for cheaper gas, and jobs.
    7. Yozhas 8 October 2015 14: 36 New
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      I propose to deploy an Internet company for the next season of 2016. REST in Russia. Then billions of rubles will remain at home. And then let's see who thousands of hotels will host ...... refugees ????? And how the economy will be good ..... millions of unemployed Turks ....... And then we will see how much money he will buy gas elsewhere !!!!!!!!

      Personally, I haven’t been resting abroad for 4 years already, and on vacation I’m going by car on a route that has been set beforehand for 2 weeks. For money it’s not more expensive, and sometimes cheaper. But I learned and saw a lot of interesting things about the country.
    8. aleks 62 next 8 October 2015 14: 37 New
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      .... Oh yes, and you beg ...

      .... "... If the Russians do not build Akkuyu NPP, someone else will build it ..."

      .... Well, a flag in hand !!!! ... I recommend the Fukushima project to Erdogan (single-circuit) .... the Americans will quickly build ....:))))) .... But seriously, in If the Russian Federation succeeds in Syria and possibly in Iraq, I think that such devices will be built in these countries over time ... Moreover, Energoatom has a full portfolio of orders and, as a result, those who wish, as far as I can see ...
    9. Will 8 October 2015 15: 00 New
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      Russia is not the United States in order to fully utilize their methods. The contract and again the contract, and who can’t negotiate knows the "pound dashing". winked
  2. Sergey K. 8 October 2015 12: 28 New
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    If the Russians do not build the Akkuyu nuclear power plant, someone else will build it.

    Shovels you "dear" Turks in your arms and go, once so smart. The blackmailers have already defeated, to see an example from Lukashenko.
    1. Scoun 8 October 2015 12: 34 New
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      If the Russians do not build the Akkuyu nuclear power plant, someone else will build it.

      Shovels you "dear" Turks in your arms and go, once so smart.

      Erdogan as a moody woman ..
      if you give me this, then my head will hurt, and the days will come. But it’s better to let the “head” hurt than beating dishes in the “kitchen” with all the consequences and calling lovers from other “apartments”.

      damn .. something I'm all about ..... (((I’ll go to my wife.
    2. Darkoff
      Darkoff 8 October 2015 12: 47 New
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      +100500 After such tantrums, no developed country subscribes to this.
      1. theadenter 8 October 2015 13: 34 New
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        So these NATO partners taught him. I wouldn’t even open my mouth.
        1. Darkoff
          Darkoff 8 October 2015 13: 48 New
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          Erdogan is "unstable" in Western terminology. He is a "fellow mind" comrade.
          NATO partners were against even the Turkish Stream talks. Erdogan sent them ...
  3. Kent0001 8 October 2015 12: 28 New
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    It was he who was angry not with our planes, his German old woman once again dismissed her for EU membership, and we already apologized for the plane. And so, if he wants, then let Kizyakakmi continue to drown.
  4. klaus16 8 October 2015 12: 29 New
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    One speaks one, another another. Is it so customary for them?
    1. Alexander Romanov 8 October 2015 12: 29 New
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      The answer to Erdogan should be like this
      .l.
      1. amirbek 8 October 2015 12: 42 New
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        it's good that the cruise missile did not fly ...
      2. Imperial 8 October 2015 12: 54 New
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        The answer to Erdogan should be like this
        .l.
        No, it’s better like this, you completely lost the shore Erdogan, did your memory wander off? forgot the Empresses of Russia, well, no Che, the carpet he is not only a plane but ....
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  6. GYGOLA 8 October 2015 12: 30 New
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    It has long been obvious that the Turkish stream is doomed, only an excuse was needed ... Turks ...
  7. MDV
    MDV 8 October 2015 12: 30 New
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    What can not be said before the election
  8. Prutkov 8 October 2015 12: 30 New
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    Will he even be in power by the end of the year?
  9. Hort 8 October 2015 12: 31 New
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    refuse the construction of Akkuyu NPP
    - and yes .. laughing
  10. 33 Watcher 8 October 2015 12: 31 New
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    That he is so traded laughing
  11. Mikhail m 8 October 2015 12: 31 New
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    War is war, but no one has canceled politics and economics. Let's hope for the accuracy of our pilots. Such "little things" can seriously complicate relations between countries. But we don’t need it. And without that there are enough problems.
    1. Darkoff
      Darkoff 8 October 2015 12: 35 New
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      The mistakes of our pilots are just an excuse. This will not come up with something else.
  12. Evver 8 October 2015 12: 31 New
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    Wouldn't it be better to turn on yourself, godfather? (I.A. Krylov)

    http://topwar.ru/83971-tureckie-istrebiteli-narushili-grecheskoe-vozdushnoe-pros
    transtvo-xnumx-raz.html
  13. Altona 8 October 2015 12: 32 New
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    Erdogan thinks that cheap ISIS oil will be eternal? Or will forests be planted in Antalya for deforestation? Or did he say that to the Americans?
  14. kit-kat 8 October 2015 12: 33 New
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    Damn, it was even understandable to a shabby school bully. It is necessary to build gas liquefying plants, and not pull pipes.
    1. kepmor 8 October 2015 12: 45 New
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      YOU tell our Lyokha Miller. Immediately you will be declared the “enemy of the state"!
  15. Arktidianets 8 October 2015 12: 34 New
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    The Turks are still those partners, you shouldn’t rely on them especially, at any moment they can put a pig
  16. Irokez 8 October 2015 12: 34 New
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    Good. We then do not recommend our tourists to go on holiday to Turkey.
    And by the way, where is our at least some kind of patriotism. Why to Turkey, and not to the Crimea and the Black Sea coast or to Mother Russia. Well, how much can you feed capricious TURKEY?
  17. Pacifist 8 October 2015 12: 35 New
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    For a politician of this level, such tantrums are just bad luck. Not even funny.
  18. gas113 8 October 2015 12: 35 New
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    Yes, it was immediately clear that it was daylight that start building a gas pipeline and Turks would become worse than the Bulgarians. In vain they were contacted. They need to hint at the trade and tourist embargo, and then the goons got ripe
  19. AlexTires 8 October 2015 12: 36 New
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    Translation: "Enough of bombing Turkish friends from ISIS, we want to continue to buy their oil cheaply, and all the resources that they have." This is to be expected. After the signing of the Turkish Stream, one clever political scientist said that Russia should expect that it would be unknown what kind of somersaults Turkey would throw out and should not be particularly happy about joint projects. But Erdogan in vain rolled his lip: the station is being built at the expense of Russia, or does he believe that someone else will bring him billions of dollars into the 20 economy?
  20. father nikon 8 October 2015 12: 37 New
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    As supplies of stolen and free goods from Syria and Iraq stopped, the cockerel immediately began to sing. And with the gas pipeline the Turks only fooled us.
  21. saturn.mmm 8 October 2015 12: 37 New
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    Oh yes, and you ask for ... to support the idea of ​​Greater Kurdistan !!! And ento is almost 4 part of Turkey!

    Russia and Turkey have good relations both politically and economically, why spoil them? Well, it happens, they violated the air. space, apologize, the incident is over.
  22. Oznob 8 October 2015 12: 38 New
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    The one that you attacked him, you must tell him something. And then in front of colleagues in NATO somehow uncomfortable. wassat
  23. kil 31 8 October 2015 12: 39 New
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    If the Russians do not build the Akkuyu nuclear power plant, someone else will build it. And I even know who, striped. Remember when you announced that we would build a nuclear power plant in Akkuyu. Stripes from green to the State Department began to scream, it’s impossible there, there are constant earthquakes. The Russians are deceiving the Turks who want to arrange Chernobyl for them. When they refuse immediately, it’s normal, we’ll build you nothing terrible in this area.
  24. Alexnder 8 October 2015 12: 39 New
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    When does he have parliamentary elections there?
    So the rhetoric will end.
    Shas, he will refuse our gas, atom, and even more so tourists.
  25. sl22277 8 October 2015 12: 39 New
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    Yeah, Turkey will gain a lot. You might think we are friends with one goal. It seems to be a mutually beneficial cooperation. The United States will accept them with open arms and will use, use, use.
  26. win
    win 8 October 2015 12: 39 New
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    ... it is necessary to arm the Kurds under the guise of "democracy" and "freedom of self-determination" ...

    The Americans can do the trick, they will also arm the Kurds, they can Takooooe make a promise...
    Armed with the Americans, the Kurds will attack ISIS, capture the part of Syria where they previously lived, the Americans will enter the same place and then ...
    It is necessary to prevent this situation faster, otherwise Kurds from friends will quickly become enemies.
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      win 8 October 2015 13: 42 New
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      By the way, something similar to my opinion was expressed by some high-ranking official and political scientist in the program of V. Solovyov, they applauded him, i.e. considered positive. Therefore, the minuser of the Turks or the hidden Kurd.
    2. andj61 8 October 2015 13: 43 New
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      Quote: Siegen
      The Americans can do the trick, they will also arm the Kurds, they can promise sooooo ...
      Armed with the Americans, the Kurds will attack ISIS, capture the part of Syria where they previously lived, the Americans will enter the same place and then ...
      It is necessary to prevent this situation faster, otherwise Kurds from friends will quickly become enemies

      The Americans are doing just that.
      And now the Kurdish militia - the Peshmerga, through the efforts of the Americans, could be the only real counterweight to Assad’s troops and that ground component for the United States and the American-led coalition in the fight against ISIS.
      That is, they are now trying to put together a new front against Assad: with the "moderate" opposition, it turns out very well - they try with the Kurds.
      Therefore, Russia needs to make possible efforts to normalize relations between the Syrian government and Kurdish leaders by promising the Kurds, for example, the broadest autonomy: the main enemy of both of them is the same - the Islamists, and, first of all, ISIS.
    3. win
      win 8 October 2015 13: 48 New
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      ... it is necessary to arm the Kurds under the guise of "democracy" and "freedom of self-determination" ...

      The Americans can do the trick, they will also arm the Kurds, they can promise sooooo ...
      Armed with the Americans, the Kurds will attack ISIS, capture the part of Syria where they previously lived, the Americans will enter the same place and then ...
      It is necessary to prevent this situation faster, otherwise Kurds from friends will quickly become enemies


      One political scientist from V. Solovyov’s program expressed a similar opinion and they applauded him, i.e. considered positive. So the minus signer sympathizes with the Turks and the Americans.
  27. Idunavs 8 October 2015 12: 40 New
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    Over the past 200 years, the Turks are 1st in the number of wars with us, and precisely because of such a policy that Erdogan conducts.
  28. boris-1230 8 October 2015 12: 41 New
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    Non-Russian insidious oriental character - you cannot deal with them
  29. Mountain shooter 8 October 2015 12: 42 New
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    Erdogan put on the wrong horse and lost. Now he has nothing to cling to. “South Stream” was changed to “North -2”, “Turkish” is now, in general, not much needed, therefore, the capacity planned there has greatly decreased (in my opinion, almost four times). Nuclear project - and who needs it more, the Turks, with their energy deficit, or us? Ours will come out cheaper for any reason, and then fool with the spent fuel ...
    In short, IMHO, Erdogan had a lot from smuggling oil - I don’t think he’s in his pocket, he needed this money for elections. He is now the president in the PARLIAMENTARY REPUBLIC. And rests on naked authority. And he spoiled his relations with the Kurds, he drove into Assad not childishly, terracottas began on the territory ... That freaked out, for landing approaches through its territory. And he flew to Syria to bomb - for a long time apologized?
    In general, Russia broke off his whole alignment. After all, he wanted to Islamize Turkey a little, but she did not want to.
  30. Darkoff
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    Some kind of Ukrainian tactics. Let it be even worse for me than for my neighbor, but I’ll pay him anyway.
    Putin abandoned the South Stream for the sake of principle, just like Turkey will refuse. Is the power of Siberia being built in vain? Refusal of the transit function of Turkey will bring no less lost profit than Russia refusal of the flow.
    The response could be the deportation of all Turkish builders (both workers and contractors) and other guest workers.
    Few will not seem.
    The Syrians explain Erdogan’s behavior by the fact that Russia frustrates his plans to create the Ottoman Empire, where Syria is the first in line. If we analyze the behavior and activities of Erdogan, then such a conclusion seems reasonable. Our "Putin Tsar" (as the West calls him) is a seminary student compared to this leader.
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      Some kind of Ukrainian tactics. Let it be even worse for me than for my neighbor, but I’ll pay him anyway.

      Yes, I’ll give him a fence, to my beds. fool laughing
  31. Petr1 8 October 2015 12: 43 New
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    As a grandmother, I will not, then, fu ... I hope our government has the intelligence to take the money forward, otherwise it will turn out like with the Mistrals.
  32. Wolka 8 October 2015 12: 43 New
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    to engage in dialogue with Russia from the perspective of ultimatums, the greatest stupidity, and Erdogan, with pleasure at the instigation of the Yankees, steps on this rake again and again (well, a very stupid person) ...
  33. Masya masya 8 October 2015 12: 43 New
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    What are they all threatening? Do not be scared, scared!
  34. Roust 8 October 2015 12: 44 New
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    Some kind of kindergarten ... "Someone else will build a nuclear power plant" ... These are not the words of a politician, but the bleating of a dumb, offended sheep.
  35. RomanN 8 October 2015 12: 44 New
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    The guy is simply angry that the north of Syria is slipping out of his hands if the Asadites drove the igil away. Minus margin from the "left" Iraqi oil, minus duty-free trade with Europe (where to sell your goods?) And other "amenities" from the European Union. he is fraught with Russia as an adult, because the economic crisis will affect everyone, and the income from trade with us and our tourism cannot be invisible in their budget.
  36. raid14 8 October 2015 12: 45 New
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    Of course, we are not vindictive, to "Whoever forgets the past, both eyes out there."
    Years Name Winner
    1568-1570 Russian-Turkish war Russia
    1672-1681 Russian-Turkish war Russia
    1686-1700 Azov war Russia
    1710-1711 (13) Prut campaign Turkey
    1735-1739 Russian-Turkish war Russia
    1768-1774 Russian-Turkish war Russia
    1787-1791 Russian-Turkish war Russia
    1806-1812 Russian-Turkish war Russia
    1828-1829 Russian-Turkish war Russia
    1853-1856 Crimean War No [3]
    1877-1878 Russian-Turkish war Russia
    1914-1918 Caucasus Front (World War I) Russia
    1. samara-58 8 October 2015 14: 38 New
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      raid14 be careful, I mentioned Suvorov here, so I got a warning ... but they can ban them for such a list !!!
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        You need to remember your story!
  37. aszzz888 8 October 2015 12: 46 New
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    Vane.
    The most that neither is a weather vane. Inflated by meerkat winds. fellow

    Bad person. angry
  38. evil partisan 8 October 2015 12: 47 New
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    Going overboard. yes
    Well, or throw off ...
  39. Mjohn 8 October 2015 12: 47 New
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    I bought cheap oil from igil - that’s crazy with fat
  40. Tatar 174 8 October 2015 12: 47 New
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    I didn’t think that he was such a weather vane ... Probably I will cease to respect him ... (((
  41. Das Boot 8 October 2015 12: 47 New
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    Erdie firmly took Europe for causal places - without him, the problem of migrants cannot be solved. The first profits are already being discussed - visa-free entry of the Turks into Europe. Next on the agenda is the loot - the Turks will build six camps. I am silent about the political benefits that Erdie bargains with the EU.
  42. Denis DV 8 October 2015 12: 47 New
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    It is one thing to refuse what is not yet, and another to refuse a real tourist pipeline drinks
  43. AdekvatNICK 8 October 2015 12: 47 New
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    Erdogan, get down. Cheap Igilov oil is a direct way to nowhere. Pay and get stable legal resources, be a normal kid.
    We don’t have to press on us yet the branch to Europe is also preparing for China. With regard to border violations, we have already established contacts with your military to coordinate on such cases.

    In general, the Turks very much want to become the dominant country in the region. Therefore, they are jealously shocked + oil cheap and probably the black trade in antiques and weapons also eludes.

    and ours at the same time lit up while all the Turkish “hitchhikers” flew by
  44. ssn18 8 October 2015 12: 50 New
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    It started shit through the pipes! The puppeteer must have pulled the thread.
    Just think our couple of times flew a bit, what speed. He took his eyes for a second to the side and the adjacent territory. laughing And they themselves flew 39 times into Greece. bully
    http://topwar.ru/83971-tureckie-istrebiteli-narushili-grecheskoe-vozdushnoe-pros
    transtvo-xnumx-raz.html
  45. Das Boot 8 October 2015 12: 51 New
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    and the other is to abandon the real tourist pipeline

    do not make me laugh. We went and will ride. The olfactors.
  46. Kirk 8 October 2015 12: 52 New
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    Bluffing.
    Thanks to the "Turkish stream", he will be able to keep on a leash the floor of Europe and not only, they do not refuse such a thing for nothing.
    Such "partners" must be kept with their own money, even if they are invested in construction, and the fact that they are "blue" in essence, history has repeatedly confirmed.
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      Thanks to the "Turkish stream", he will be able to keep on a leash half of Europe

      he will keep her on a migrant leash anyway. Schultz and Tusk in Brussels cleaned his shoes.
  47. akudr48 8 October 2015 12: 53 New
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    If the Russians do not build the Akkuyu nuclear power plant, someone else will build it.

    It would be nice if Erdogan abandoned the nuclear power plant that Russia was planning to build at its own expense. The project cost is about 20 billion euros, they will be paid by our generous soul, at the national expense, as Rosatom plans.

    And we will receive money from the sale of energy when we launch the station, the payback period of the project is only 60 years!

    An original approach at the expense of others. That is, this is the same theft, only a side view.

    And there, after 60 years, both Erdogan, and Kiriyenko and other lovers will live away at the Russian expense ...

    It is time for the authorities to stop fooling the people of Russia.
    1. andj61 8 October 2015 13: 55 New
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      It is time for the authorities to stop fooling the people of Russia.

      In fact, no one is fooling anyone! The construction of nuclear power plants is extremely beneficial to both Turkey and Russia.
      At first, Turkey does not invest a dime and receives a modern nuclear power plant. Russia enters the energy market of Turkey with a full-fledged product - and itself sells electricity. This includes - construction of the station, staff training, operation - up to the construction of their own energy networks and distribution. substations, fuel utilization and utilization of the station upon completion of operation.
      If someone else builds a station, then he simply won’t take on many things. The most important thing is the utilization of spent fuel - the Americans never take it upon themselves, and ours always. Utilization of the station and recreation of the territory is also a serious issue.
      The American company will not go to the construction at its own expense, even at the cost of entering the Turkish market - they have not accepted this. On credit - yes (moreover, a loan at the expense of the "receiving" party, with the participation of the state - is mandatory, but not at the expense of own funds.
  48. samara-58 8 October 2015 12: 53 New
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    "... others will build ..." - you will receive a focus; Do not let the Germans build a gas pipeline! this year by 3 million tourists, from Russia, less, next year you’ll fly by all! think turk think !!! (for moderators, "Turks" are not a curse word)
  49. KG_patriot_last 8 October 2015 12: 54 New
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    Well, what else will the Russians go on vacation to Turkey or stop at last and go to our country? (once united)
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    SMS 8 October 2015 12: 56 New
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    I frightened the hedgehog with a bare ass, and they have the whole economy on our tourists, well, we also buy some low-quality products and clothes, you can do without this.