In Prague about a dozen activists came to the rally to the Turkish Embassy, calling on Ankara to answer for the downed Russian bomber su-24.
The anti-Turkish participants of the presentation also transferred to the staff of the Embassy a message of protest to the President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan condemning his actions.
About one and a half 10-s representatives of Czech community organizations gathered to present the house of the Turkish Embassy in Prague. The demonstrators came to the rally to voice their disagreement with the policy of the Turkish authorities, brought down a Russian su-24 bomber at the end of November.
The picket participants handed the Embassy a letter addressed to the President of Turkey Recep Erdogan, which is strongly asked to stop their aggressive policy against the Russian troops.
"Only a complete dumbass would believe in your hypocritical Declaration that you was unknown identity of the aircraft. Domestic VC carried out an operation in the area since October 1, the airport is located 30 km from the Turkish borders. Your version of events is contrary to common sense", - is told in the message.
Activists also have criticized Turkey, in cooperation with the "Islamic state" and buying smuggled oil, as well as of objects of art and other valuables looted by the terrorists in Syria. In their opinion, need to end my support for Ankara terrorists of the Islamic state, which directs the world toward the beginning of world war III.
Recall, 24 November, the Turkish F-16 fighter was shot down in the border areas of Syria bomber force Russia su-24. The plane was at a height of 6 thousand meters in one kilometer from the border with Turkey. The President of Russia Vladimir Putin declared that an unpleasant event will have severe results for the relationship 2 States. He called the incident a blow to the back. After the collapse of Turkey's leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan has often expressed the wish to meet with national Director to reduce formed between States, the tensions, but the negotiations to this day has not happened.
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