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The initiative to rename Moscow’s lane, where the Turkish Embassy is located, into Oleg Peshkov’s lane, finds public approval

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On the Online “Russian Public Initiative” published a petition to rename the 7-nd Rostov lane of the Russian capital into the lane of the pilot Oleg Peshkov. It should be noted that at the Moscow address, 7, Rostovsky Lane, house 12 is located the Turkish Embassy - the state, the fighters of which shot down the Russian Su-24M bomber last year. His crew performed antiterrorist missions in the sky of Syria. On that day, the crew commander, lieutenant colonel Oleg Peshkov, and the marine infantryman Alexander Pozynich, who was put in a special group to rescue the crew in the north of Syria, were killed.


The initiative to rename Moscow’s lane, where the Turkish Embassy is located, into Oleg Peshkov’s lane, finds public approval


The initiative to rename the 7 of Rostovsky Lane into the alley of the pilot Oleg Peshkov is supported by many famous Russians. In particular, the initiative is actively supported by actor Mikhail Porechenkov. Портал National service News reports that the initiative to rename the alley in which the Turkish diplomatic mission is located is also approved by other actors - in particular, Denis Nikiforov, known for the films Molodezhka, Yesenin, Shadow Boxing, and Alexey Ogurtsov, who starred in films “Day Watch”, “Paragraph 78”, etc.

The initiators of renaming the lane say that in this way official Ankara will forever remember the name of the pilot who died in Syria after being hit by Turkish airplanes. The name of the pilot is also the memory of the feat that the Russian Aerospace Forces perform in the Syrian sky, helping the Syrian people to get rid of the terrorist contagion.

The network discusses other ideas about renaming the lane in which the Turkish Embassy is located. One of the options is an alley in memory of the Armenian Genocide.
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  1. VP
    VP 25 February 2016 12: 46
    -63 qualifying.
    Common trolling. Unworthy.
    1. Pravdarm
      Pravdarm 25 February 2016 12: 51
      61
      You shouldn’t be so! Perpetuate the name of the Hero! And before the eyes of his killers! Correctly!
      Personally, my opinion! soldier
      1. Simon
        Simon 25 February 2016 13: 22
        +4
        Correctly! Let them know our hero and remember him!
        1. Mainbeam
          Mainbeam 25 February 2016 13: 59
          +5
          Quote: Simon
          Let them know our hero and remember him!

          They are Turks. They are proud to have shot down a Russian plane. This is a matter of their national pride, so they will never apologize for this. Name a street after their national pride, so that they feel pride in their crime every day? Now, if only "some mysterious" special services would have shown Erdrogan and named this street in his honor, so that the Turks would remember the absolute responsibility for their actions.
          1. Mainbeam
            Mainbeam 25 February 2016 14: 20
            +4
            Initiators renaming the lane suggests that in this way the official Ankara forever will remember name of the pilot dead... after the blow inflicted Turkish by air.

            In addition, no one answered for the downed plane. So this is more a reason for shame, not pride. The pilot died while fulfilling his military mission. Yes, he was called a hero. But the death of the hero is not a reason for pride. A reason for pride - revenge for daring your own and everyone.

            the initiative is actively supported by the actor

            This initiative is not stupid, but sophisticated trolling from the "intelligentsia".

            I'm against.
            .
            1. gergi
              gergi 25 February 2016 19: 49
              +1
              Our pilot was not killed in order to do disgust to the Turks. He died for the interests of our country. No need to wave his name in front of the Turks like a red rag in front of a bull. It is not worthy. They acted like the last cowards and scoundrels, but this is their problem.
          2. alexmach
            alexmach 25 February 2016 23: 20
            +1
            Why not just the "heroes of Plevna", "Suvorovsky", "Sinop battle", "Izmail", "Kerch" ...
        2. Blondy
          Blondy 25 February 2016 14: 38
          +7
          Well, this is if you troll the Turks. But what about memorializing the hero by name of the street on which the embassy of his killers is located, will his descendants and relatives be pleased?
          1. gergi
            gergi 25 February 2016 19: 50
            +1
            It will not be right.
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        4. Now we are free
          Now we are free 25 February 2016 14: 45
          +6
          Quote: VP
          Common trolling. Unworthy.

          VP welcome hi
          And what exactly is trolling?
          1) This is not a Russian plane was shot down over the territory of Syria? (In any case, he fell into Syria and no one can refute this fact)
          2) Was it not a Turkish aircraft that launched a rocket into the rear sphere of our already fired bomber, which does not have air-to-air missiles on board and which is landing along the well-known route about which "Partners from the NATO bloc" were notified?
          3) It was not against the Russian pilot that the Turkish (non-pro-Arab) militants were firing at the cameras, talking among themselves again on Turkish.
          4) Is it not these same fighters who again rode to the camera on the body of a Russian pilot?
          5) Is it not Turkey that convened an urgent council of countries participating in the NATO bloc, instead of coordinating their actions after the incident with the Russian side?
          6) Is it not Turkey that stuck its tongue in ... and still has not made an official apology to the Russian side?

          So there is no smell of trolling here, thank God for our country and thank God for us to decide whose name to name the streets. And if you are worried about the upsetting of Turkey by this fact ... V.V.P. He said in Russian that he clearly separates the ruling regime of Erdogan / Ahmet Davutoglu and the Turkish people, so let the Turkish people remember the betrayal committed by Erdogan and Davutoglu. Both in relation to Russia and in relation to Turkey, having presented it as the "roofer" of terrorists. By the way, the lane in Memory of the Armenian Genocide would have caused even more outrage in Turkey, since Turkey has always denied the fact of the genocide (which was), but to deny that the Russian plane was shot down by Turkish in the back about the order of the President / Prime Minister of Turkey is senseless.
          1. VP
            VP 25 February 2016 15: 07
            +8
            For all 6 points, you are absolutely right.
            It's like that. I would also throw a couple of points.
            But!
            But this question with the demonstrative renaming of not them, not Turks, this is our question, and this is a question of internal culture. Our culture. And I would like that the typical representative of our culture was Lavrov and not Zhirinovsky.
            You see, even during the Cold War, somewhere in the West, it did not occur to name the street with the Soviet embassy some kind of "street of GULAG victims" or something similar.
            Just as we have no one to rename the street from the US embassy in the street some "innocent victims progressive Negro" or "the name of the victory of communism." Although we had leaders who could knock on the podium with a shoe.
            Well, somehow I perceive this.
            And for some reason I have two associations. This is with the skakuas which such actions are organic. And with our local swamps.
            And whether all this will be pleasant to the Peshkov family.
            Calling a rocket fighter is correct. Name the street in his hometown is correct. Demonstratively renaming in order to annoy, while choosing between Peshkov and "Armenian genocide" - what is right here.
            1. Now we are free
              Now we are free 25 February 2016 15: 31
              +3
              Quote: VP
              Calling a rocket fighter is correct. Name the street in his hometown is correct. Demonstratively renaming in order to annoy, while choosing between Peshkov and "Armenian genocide" - what is right here.

              Ehhh, it's hard to be noble in war, the Information War ... From me to your second comment +, like Blondy.

              P.S. Everything you described in the second comment should have been described in the first, then the people would have understood your position.
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      2. onizhe
        onizhe 25 February 2016 13: 34
        +2
        Then what should the streets of Berlin be called? Or even not streets, but separate houses, or just apartments? And why do we call them Old Ditch, New Sands, Floor Exhibition, or the names of the murderers of the Russian people, such as a certain Countrywoman? We always had enough heroes.
      3. owl
        owl 25 February 2016 14: 02
        -10 qualifying.
        Quote: Pravdarm
        Perpetuate the name of the Hero!

        As for perpetuating, I’ll leave it out of brackets; I have another serious the question is what is the heroism of Peshkov ?? Since I personally did not find elements of a feat (heroism) in the actions of a military man Peshkov !, the crew acted within the framework of the military charter and did not marry them so the question is for what the hero, really for the fact that they killed ?? There is a clear "state" propaganda and this "atomic bomb" with "small heroes" will still come around!
    2. Wiruz
      Wiruz 25 February 2016 12: 51
      19
      It is necessary, if not in honor of Peshkov, then at least in honor of Suvorov good
      1. atalef
        atalef 25 February 2016 13: 05
        23
        Quote: Wiruz
        It is necessary, if not in honor of Peshkov, then at least in honor of Suvorov good

        I would not do this, why change the historical names. and the Turks only laugh at it - like this is all that a great power can do?
        NDA to make their life such that they themselves in Istanbul would name the central street or the street on which Erdogan lives.
        1. Pravdarm
          Pravdarm 25 February 2016 13: 07
          +9
          Here is a side street, and for A.V. Suvorov Avenue is not enough!
          Even Cities!
          1. Ezhaak
            Ezhaak 25 February 2016 13: 14
            +4
            Quote: Pravdarm
            for A.V. Suvorov Avenue is not enough!
            Even Cities!
            And there is a city. Small, however, in the Tula region.
            https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Суворов_(город)
            1. flc9800
              flc9800 25 February 2016 20: 20
              0
              In the center of the city of St. Petersburg there is Suvorovsky Prospect, where I spent my childhood and youth. Near the avenue, opposite the Tavrichesky Garden, there is the unique State Memorial Museum of A.V. Suvorov. Its walls are decorated with two mosaics "Departure of Suvorov for a campaign" and "Passage of Suvorov through the Alps".
              I’ve been there 20 times as a child wink I highly recommend visiting all the guests of St. Petersburg, the museum is small and will not take you much time!
              http://www.suvorovmuseum.spb.ru/
          2. weksha50
            weksha50 25 February 2016 13: 39
            +1
            Quote: Pravdarm
            Here is a side street, and for A.V. Suvorov Avenue is not enough!
            Even Cities!


            Well, there is such a city in the Tula region ...

            And rename the lane - it will be somehow childish ... In the end, neither Rostov the Great nor Rostov-on-Don did anything wrong to erase their names ...

            Atalef correctly said that the Turks needed to create such conditions so that they themselves, in Ankara, would name one of the streets in the name of O. Peshkov ...
            1. Ezhaak
              Ezhaak 25 February 2016 13: 56
              +1
              Quote: weksha50
              Turks need to create such conditions so that they themselves, in Ankara, call one of the streets named after O. Peshkov ...

              And you, dear, did not think that this fantasy is impossible. Not to mention that this is a fantasy of a person sick at the top of his mind?
              1. weksha50
                weksha50 25 February 2016 14: 20
                0
                Quote: Hedgehog
                And you, dear, did not think that this fantasy is impossible. Not to mention that this is a fantasy of a person sick at the top of his mind?



                Hedgehog. read carefully ... "As Atalef said ..." ...

                PS And in general, something a fellow countryman sometimes directly rears up on my comments ...
                What am I wrong about? What should not be renamed THIS lane? Is it like some kind of childish act ???
                Why "about the sick little head" wrote to me, and not Atalef ??? Where is the logic ??? Or logic - just in a sick head ???
                1. Ezhaak
                  Ezhaak 25 February 2016 19: 45
                  +1
                  Quote: weksha50
                  Why "about a sick little head" wrote to me

                  At first I do not see what was written by atalef, I have it on the black list, and secondly, you referred to a sick little head, do not be offended.
                  I grew up on 9th Chernogorodskaya Street, and there was 10th and there was still a darkness of numbered Factory, Nagorny and others. And this inability to give other names to the streets of the city annoyed me all my life. Therefore, I am for renaming.
                  1. weksha50
                    weksha50 26 February 2016 10: 02
                    +1
                    Quote: Hedgehog
                    Therefore, I am for renaming.



                    So, we looked at the same question from different points of view ...
                    If you start with yours, then I am also against the 1st-9th Parkovye, 1 - 17th Bryukhovetskaya, 5th-21st Workers, etc.

                    And in this case, I had in mind that the proposed option of renaming the alley on which the Turkish embassy is located looks somehow childish, ridiculous ...

                    PS And many forum users are right in that, speculating on the names of the deceased pilot, absolutely no one shakes the attitude of his family to this ...
                    1. Ezhaak
                      Ezhaak 26 February 2016 21: 20
                      0
                      Quote: weksha50
                      looks somehow childish, ridiculous ...
                      How many people, so many opinions. And this should be considered. However, no one will hold referenda on this topic!
        2. EvgNik
          EvgNik 25 February 2016 13: 22
          +1
          And that’s true, Sasha. When I read the title of the article - the first thought: are we following the path of Ukraine, what are we starting to rename?
          But is it not better to build a street and its new one to be named after the hero. And the Turks will smack.
          1. weksha50
            weksha50 25 February 2016 13: 42
            +1
            Quote: EvgNik
            А isn't it better to build a street and her, the new one, to be named after the hero. And the Turks will smack.


            Moreover, a street with houses that are subject to free settlement by citizens in need of housing (as it is now called - on social hiring) ...

            This is - the memory will be in the hearts of people, and gratitude from the state in whose name Oleg died ...
          2. Ezhaak
            Ezhaak 25 February 2016 13: 42
            +4
            Quote: EvgNik
            are we following the path of Ukraine, what are we starting to rename?

            Ponder the names. 7th Rostov Lane, 5th St. Yamskoye field, and that's not all. such names themselves may beg for renaming.
        3. Tusv
          Tusv 25 February 2016 13: 30
          -3
          Quote: atalef
          I would not do this, why change the historical names. and the Turks just laugh at it

          You are right. Why overthrow the rotten food bombing street Hero of Russia. But Mi is not the only place to be. It’s inappropriate to call the name of the Hero outside the street of Kiev. Maybe you can be in Tel Aviv?
          in Istanbul, the central street was named after him or the street on which Erdogan lives

          Well reach out, why not rename
          1. atalef
            atalef 25 February 2016 13: 36
            +1
            Quote: Tusv
            It’s inappropriate to call the name of the Hero outside the street of Kiev. Maybe you can be in Tel Aviv?

            Haifa after the famous UN resolution (subsequently repealed) - renamed * UN Prospect * to * Zionism Avenue *
            Did it somehow affect UN? Not
            But if it were to bring the UN to a situation where they would turn to the New York City Hall to rename the street to * Zionism * - everything would look different.
      2. atalef
        atalef 25 February 2016 13: 05
        +3
        Quote: Wiruz
        It is necessary, if not in honor of Peshkov, then at least in honor of Suvorov good

        I would not do this, why change the historical names. and the Turks only laugh at it - like this is all that a great power can do?
        NDA to make their life such that they themselves in Istanbul would name the central street or the street on which Erdogan lives.
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    3. Vend
      Vend 25 February 2016 12: 53
      10
      Quote: VP
      Common trolling. Unworthy.

      Not worthy to rename the lane in honor of the deceased pilot? You are wrong, dear, very worthy. But it is not worth renaming the Armenian Genocide in Memory. Rename in Yerevan, you also have a Turkish embassy there.
      1. Vladimirets
        Vladimirets 25 February 2016 13: 11
        0
        Quote: Wend
        Not worthy to rename the lane in honor of the deceased pilot?

        Looking from which side to look. Finding the Turkish embassy in an alley named after the deceased pilot will not desecrate his memory? request And it looks like a hohlopotuga very much, this is a great Ukrainian entertainment to fight with streets, monuments, settlements, books and series. what It’s too small for us and it’s unworthy to manipulate the name of the hero, we laugh at the ropes ourselves. IMHO
        1. SPACE59
          SPACE59 25 February 2016 13: 22
          +3
          Quote: Vladimirets
          And it looks very much like hohlopotuga

          Especially against the backdrop of the recent proposal by Klitschko to rename the street with our embassy in Kiev into Nemtsov Street.
          1. Vladimirets
            Vladimirets 25 February 2016 13: 27
            +2
            Quote: KOSMOS59
            Especially against the backdrop of the recent proposal by Klitschko to rename the street with our embassy in Kiev into Nemtsov Street.

            What is it about, in Ukraine it looks ridiculous, but yourself? Of the minusers, at least one does not find any similarities?
        2. Vend
          Vend 25 February 2016 14: 13
          0
          Quote: Vladimirets
          Quote: Wend
          Not worthy to rename the lane in honor of the deceased pilot?

          Looking from which side to look. Finding the Turkish embassy in an alley named after the deceased pilot will not desecrate his memory? request And it looks like a hohlopotuga very much, this is a great Ukrainian entertainment to fight with streets, monuments, settlements, books and series. what It’s too small for us and it’s unworthy to manipulate the name of the hero, we laugh at the ropes ourselves. IMHO

          Seize the opportunity to perpetuate the memory of the hero, is it really bad? The names of the heroes are very often forgotten. And so we will keep the memory, and the Turks will sate. They are a hot and implacable people. In 90 we also demolished the monuments, renamed the streets, but we moved away from this. Although I remember, someone offered to name the street to them. Nemtsov. And recently, they renamed the street, named after Vladimir Vysotsky. So do not equate us with Svidomo.
          1. Vladimirets
            Vladimirets 25 February 2016 14: 33
            +3
            Quote: Wend
            Seize the opportunity to perpetuate the memory of the hero, is it really bad?

            In order to perpetuate the memory of a hero, one does not need to "take advantage of the opportunity";
            Quote: Wend
            And so we will keep the memory, and the Turks will sate.

            So do we keep the memory or salt the Turks? request
            Quote: Wend
            And recently renamed the street, named after Vladimir Vysotsky

            So, thanks to memory and appreciation, and not to annoy the Turks, Americans, French, or anyone else.
            Quote: Wend
            So do not equate us with Svidomo.

            But it looks like that. You can and should name the streets by his name, where he was born, studied, grew up, maybe school, but here it looks like pure populism not related to the memory of the pilot.
            1. Vend
              Vend 25 February 2016 14: 54
              0
              [quote = Vladimir] [quote = Wend] To take this opportunity to perpetuate the hero’s memory, is that really bad? [/ quote]
              To perpetuate the memory of the hero, you do not need to "take the opportunity", it is akin to bargaining. [/ Quote]
              Why are you, try renaming the street, make such a proposal. Then you will understand what and how. Any initiative that benefits Russia is good. And renaming the street in honor of the deceased pilot is good. Ten years will pass and no one will remember what they renamed so that the Turks would be annoyed. The memory will remain

              [quote = Vladimir] [quote = Wend] And recently they renamed the street, named after Vladimir Vysotsky [/ quote]
              So after all, thanks to memory and appreciation, and not to annoy the Turks, Americans, French, or anyone else. [/ Quote]
              Yes you. Do you know the whole story? The first was a proposal to rename the street or square in memory of Nemtslva. A counter was the proposal to rename the street in honor of Vysotsky.
              [quote = Wend] So do not equate us with Svidomo. [/ quote]
              But it looks like that. You can and should call the streets by his name, where he was born, studied, grew up, maybe school, but here it looks like pure populism not related to the memory of the pilot. [/ Quote] Yes, it does not look like that. Everyone sees what he wants to see. And at Peshkov’s home, they already planned to do this. http://rusplt.ru/views/views_68.html
              1. Vladimirets
                Vladimirets 25 February 2016 15: 14
                +1
                Quote: Wend
                Why are you, try renaming the street, make such a proposal. Then you will understand what and how.

                What for? To gain political points?
                Quote: Wend
                Any initiative that benefits Russia is good.

                So I'm just not sure that this initiative will benefit Russia.
                Quote: Wend
                And renaming the street in honor of the deceased pilot is good. Ten years will pass and no one will remember what they renamed so that the Turks would be annoyed. The memory will remain

                We have Gastello Street in Vladimir, so 80 percent of youth do not know who it is.
                Quote: Wend
                The first was a proposal to rename the street or square in memory of Nemtslva. A counter was the proposal to rename the street in honor of Vysotsky.

                Do not equate warm with soft, who is Nemtsov and who is Vysotsky.
                Quote: Wend
                And at Peshkov’s home, they already planned to do this.

                Well done, I with all three hands FOR.
      2. VP
        VP 25 February 2016 13: 48
        +1
        My dear, if it was a question of renaming the street in honor of the hero, no one would say a word.
        But we are talking about "how to annoy the Turks," Peshkov himself is secondary for this purpose, to the change-makers of both Peshkov and the Armenians.
        Primary completely different goals are in no way connected with perpetuation.
        And this is one in one with the fact that skaklov happens at exactly the same level, the situational political situation in which trollism is considered to be a creative.
    4. Gray brother
      Gray brother 25 February 2016 12: 55
      0
      Quote: VP
      Common trolling. Unworthy.

      We become like you know to whom.
    5. Tusv
      Tusv 25 February 2016 12: 56
      +2
      Quote: VP
      Common trolling. Unworthy.

      Personally, I offered unusual trolling and really want to see a sign at the Turkish embassy.
      Street Oleg Peshkov house number 0 and let the logistics firms scratch their turnips: "Where is this."
      Worthy - unworthy. Do not care. The country should know its heroes, the rest: When the owner tells the team the place. Hands should be bent at the knees
    6. My doctor
      My doctor 25 February 2016 12: 58
      +5
      Quote: VP
      Common trolling. Unworthy.

      It turns out that the street is not renamed in honor of the pilot, but only his name is used renaming the street because of the Turkish embassy. I think that the relatives of the deceased may not like such speculation.
    7. Mixweb
      Mixweb 25 February 2016 13: 10
      +5
      Quote: VP
      Common trolling. Unworthy.

      Do not replace the concept of trolling and perpetuating the name of the Hero. And the fact that renaming the street on which the embassy of this unfinished stands is good. And the memory of the Hero and a reminder to the Turks of their meanness and betrayal.
    8. Kovlad
      Kovlad 25 February 2016 13: 10
      +1
      I agree. So finely dirty - in the style of jumpers from the Kiev Maidan. We have enough other ways to perpetuate the memory of the Hero.
    9. Sly
      Sly 25 February 2016 13: 12
      0
      also put a monument a couple of meters from the entrance, so that Turkish diplomats stumble on it every day!
    10. BOB044
      BOB044 25 February 2016 13: 15
      0
      You propose to rename Erdogan Lane. Yes. Suck.
    11. Ezhaak
      Ezhaak 25 February 2016 13: 18
      0
      Quote: VP
      Common trolling. Unworthy

      But does religion, respected VP, allow us to share with us all that is worthy? And what do we, in accordance with the idea of ​​renaming, do now?
      1. Michael67
        Michael67 25 February 2016 14: 14
        -1
        7th Rostov must be renamed. I also propose the whole ring around the Turchlyand embassy, ​​consisting of 1st Vrazhsky lane, 1st lane. Truzhenikov and 6th Rostov lane. unite the name "Chesme ring".
    12. Antoshka
      Antoshka 25 February 2016 16: 13
      +1
      Right. Let's not stoop to the level of Ukrainians who wanted to rename the street (or have they already renamed it?) Where the Russian embassy is located in Bandera. They were the first to come up with such a way to hurt, so did we really begin to learn from them? And by the way, did anyone ask the Peshkov family for their opinion? The family has lost a husband and father, their opinion should be decisive, and not our desire to "troll" someone
  2. Andrey Yuryevich
    Andrey Yuryevich 25 February 2016 12: 47
    0
    I went to the site, something is not densely typed ... up to a hundred thousand far ... what:
    Initiative No. 77P25306 Initiative Level: Regional
    Renaming of the 7th Rostov lane of the city of Moscow into the lane of the pilot Peshkov
    Level of implementation: Moscow
    Since September 30, 2015, the Russian Federation, at the request of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, has been conducting an air operation against the Islamic State terrorist organization (the organization has been recognized as terrorist and banned by the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation).
    On November 24, 2015, the commander of the crew of the SU-24 M front-line bomber, Oleg Anatolyevich Peshkov, made a sortie in Syria. However, in the area of ​​the Syrian-Turkish border, an air-to-air missile was shot down from the Turkish Air Force F-16 C fighter. The crew of the bomber ejected, the commander of the crew - Peshkov O.A. died during a parachute landing as a result of shelling from the ground by Syrian rebels.
    By decree of the President of the Russian Federation for heroism, courage and courage shown in the performance of military duty, Lieutenant Colonel Oleg Anatolyevich Peshkov was posthumously awarded the title of Hero of the Russian Federation.
    The act of military aggression demonstrated by the Turkish leadership is an unprecedented challenge. The hostile position of the Turkish leadership towards Russia caused a storm of public protest. The tragic death of Lieutenant Colonel Peshkov O.A. in carrying out the anti-terrorist operation, it left an indelible mark on Russian-Turkish relations. Impunity for such unlawful acts can lead to more serious consequences. It is this circumstance that determines the need for retaliatory measures.


    Bottom line
    Perpetuating the memory of the Hero of the Russian Federation - Lieutenant Colonel Oleg Anatolyevich Peshkov, preservation of historical heritage, the formation of a stable tradition of selfless service to the Motherland.
    Solution
    Renaming of the 7th Rostov Lane of the city of Moscow, on which the Embassy of the Republic of Turkey is located, into Pilot Peshkov Lane.
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  3. omsbon
    omsbon 25 February 2016 12: 48
    +3
    I completely agree!!! Turks must always remember perfect meanness !!!
  4. Smoked
    Smoked 25 February 2016 12: 49
    +2
    The idea is not bad, but you just need to immediately think over and provide the local residents for FREE and quickly change the address in the documents.
    1. xBoris
      xBoris 25 February 2016 12: 54
      +1
      ..that's right..!!
      We, now, have become Moscow - now you won’t get too big ..
  5. Siberian
    Siberian 25 February 2016 12: 50
    +6
    So many new buildings in the country, the street should be called, not the lane.
  6. aszzz888
    aszzz888 25 February 2016 12: 50
    +1
    Need to support!
    1. xBoris
      xBoris 25 February 2016 12: 56
      +5
      Yes, that's right "VP RU Today, 12:46" noticed - ordinary trolling of the Turks ..
      I completely agree with him. To use the name of an officer in order to rotter the Turks - people unworthy of self-respect.
  7. KBR109
    KBR109 25 February 2016 12: 51
    +4
    The monument to the pilot opposite the main entrance to the embassy would have looked decent. In my opinion, one could do without renaming - it smacks of Ukrainians.
  8. Hubun
    Hubun 25 February 2016 12: 55
    +3
    Great idea, with both hands "For"
  9. Abbra
    Abbra 25 February 2016 12: 56
    +2
    Eternal memory to Oleg Peshkov. But it is better to call the street "Non-Turkish side" ...
  10. AdekvatNICK
    AdekvatNICK 25 February 2016 13: 01
    +2
    I think it’s right to immortalize. But. with such subtext ... it’s not worth it. It’s better to choose a place separately, otherwise it will not look quite clean. As if perpetuating for the Turks to see .... it’s not worth it in this place. It’s better to immortalize and transfer the embassy to the outskirts of the capital somewhere and there are no normal roads or shops shorter than such places I’m sure full.
  11. Papapg
    Papapg 25 February 2016 13: 09
    +2
    Quote: Siberian
    So many new buildings in the country, the street should be called, not the lane.

    I’m against renaming, in our history with renaming, we’ve built - call it what you want, it's like a name who wants to be called Peter, then Basil, and then something else. The guy is really sorry, they killed me mean, in the back, I agree, his name can be given something. But here I would not want to rename my street in honor of anyone. Eternal memory to Oleg Peshkov.
  12. askort154
    askort154 25 February 2016 13: 09
    +4
    In my opinion, another stupid thing. Already wrote on this topic.
    Ask Peshkov if he would like the Turkish Embassy to be on the street named after him ?! I am sure he would answer no.
  13. justKyr
    justKyr 25 February 2016 13: 11
    0
    Or maybe there is an opportunity to install a decent bust in the embassy visibility area? .. is also not a bad option .... cons --- justify immediately
    1. EvgNik
      EvgNik 25 February 2016 13: 28
      +1
      Quote: Just Cyrus
      cons --- justify right away

      Justified without a minus. I do not want them to not only spit in the direction of the bust, but not even look. And they will spit.
      1. justKyr
        justKyr 25 February 2016 13: 32
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        only at night ... because in the daytime, I think they will clean up their "turnips" .... was it tolerant?
    2. SPACE59
      SPACE59 25 February 2016 13: 47
      +1
      Yes, they will not care about the monument and the street. If they want to perpetuate the memory of the hero, then let it be done in his homeland.
  14. avg-mgn
    avg-mgn 25 February 2016 13: 29
    +1
    I wrote already, but, once the topic is raised again, I repeat.
    But is this lane necessary ??? So that these scum trampled the asphalt of the alley of the name, they still do not understand a damn thing. It’s better to think about the monument at home and in the Suvorov school where I studied ... You can put a memorial stone in front of the Turkish embassy so that the Basurmans do not forget what they did.
    1. Mixweb
      Mixweb 25 February 2016 13: 37
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      Quote: avg-mgn
      It is better to think about a monument in the homeland and in the Suvorov School where he studied.


      It is very bad when people write the word Homeland with a small letter
  15. Sotnik77s
    Sotnik77s 25 February 2016 13: 30
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    Class guys !!!!!!!!!! but they want to move to a new revenge and rename a street or an alley in his honor in a new place, it’s not a pity for our hero, let these stupid be angry, they certainly won’t in the city or in the world ........
    1. arlekin
      arlekin 25 February 2016 13: 37
      +1
      Quote: Sotnik77s
      Class guys !!!!!!!!!! but they want to move to a new revenge and rename a street or an alley in his honor in a new place, it’s not a pity for our hero, let these stupid be angry, they certainly won’t in the city or in the world ........

      And for what? So that the Turks do not forget that they were able to bring down the plane with impunity and kill the pilot? If Russia would take revenge - then yes, and so is some kind of masochism on our part.
  16. xam0
    xam0 25 February 2016 13: 47
    0
    Yesterday the Turk said that "because of the two pilots Russia has lost such a friend as Turkey." With such "friends" and enemies are not necessary. And we remember our heroes and will never forget. And a street in honor of the hero is a good thing.
  17. VP
    VP 25 February 2016 14: 04
    0
    Quote: Tusv
    The country must know its heroes

    And, of course, from the fact that the sign will not be at the Turkish embassy, ​​but, say, at the house in which he was born, his memory will not be immortalized ...
  18. triglav
    triglav 25 February 2016 14: 19
    0
    So you need to rename!
  19. VP
    VP 25 February 2016 14: 28
    +2
    Quote: Hedgehog
    And what do we, in accordance with the idea of ​​renaming, do now?

    Jump, what else do they do in such cases? Well, on the fence write "Erdogan PNH", somehow "get creative", in principle, why ask if all this is already there and described by the pioneers.
  20. rus-5819
    rus-5819 25 February 2016 15: 22
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    To prove and appeal to the conscience of rams is unworthy, because these are rams (or erogans).
    But to perpetuate the memory of the Hero is necessary. And let it be street in Moscow, and not the lane along which the rams go "to work"
    They (rams) do not care
  21. afrikanez
    afrikanez 25 February 2016 16: 19
    0
    It would not be a bad thing to nail a memorial plaque in front of the embassy, ​​let the bastards see! angry
  22. fa2998
    fa2998 25 February 2016 18: 54
    0
    Quote: EvgNik
    But is it not better to build a street and its new one to be named after the hero. And the Turks will smack.

    I completely agree! Only no one has crept in the idea that the TURKS CAN MOVE, because the embassy building is not the property of Turkey, it was provided on a reciprocal basis by the Russian government. If they don’t like this place, they’ll request another building (and they will find the reason ) -WELL AND WHAT EFFECT !! And the fact that you need to build a street named after the hero-I FOR. yes hi
  23. mamont5
    mamont5 26 February 2016 12: 56
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    "Other ideas on renaming the alley where the Turkish Embassy is located are also being discussed on the Internet. One of the options is the alley in Memory of the Armenian Genocide."

    It's not bad too. But ... there are still all sorts of consulates.