Press Secretary of the head of the Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov said that President Vladimir Putin was informed about the reaction of his Turkish colleagues Tayyip Erdogan's statements on the Armenian genocide and expressed hope that relations between pairs of countries will develop further.
"Along with the return of information today, of course, the President was briefed about it," - said Peskov, Answering the question of reporters about the reaction of the leader of the country the message of Erdogan, RIA " Novosti ".
Answering a question, whether have possibility these statements affect relations between Russia and Turkey, Peskov expressed confidence in the future development of the partnership 2 countries." We also said that We hope that no doubt further development of our multi-faceted collaboration is a first for us. Very much hope that the relationship will also progressively develop, how they have evolved up to the present moment. We have very much in common projects in the work, for that reason, there are many things to do ", - said Peskov. Leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on the first day of the week that the Russian Federation should be held accountable for their actions in Crimea and Ukraine before you condemn the mass murder of Armenians by the Ottoman Turks in 1915. On the last working day of the week, the press Secretary of the head of the Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov said that the Russian Federation appreciates the relations with Turkey and believes that the participation of President Vladimir Putin's activities in Armenia will affect these relationships negatively. On the last working day of the week Vladimir Putin has arrived in Yerevan and visited memorial to the Armenian genocide memorial, established in memory of the victims of the Armenian genocide in 1915. Putin at the event in memory of the victims of the Armenian genocide, said that this tragedy is not and never has the opportunity to be justified. The Turkish foreign Ministry condemned the message of the President of the Russian Federation.