The attack on the Russian su-24 bomber happened in response to the removal of Neftebaza the terrorist group "Islamic state", said the Minister of information of Syria, Omran Al-Zoubi. He added that all the oil was bought by a company owned by the son of the President of Turkey Recep Erdogan.
Attack Turkish F-16 fighter on the Russian front-line bomber su-24 was a complete surprise to the world community - no one expected that Turkey will openly strike forces against the terrorists. After the incident many had to reconsider their own views on the position taken by Ankara about the Syrian crisis.
"The precedent of the attack on the plane in Syrian airspace without warning, as survivors said Russian pilot, confirms once again that Turkey is lying. At first they said they sent 10 warnings, then told that the plane was over the territory of Turkey 17 seconds. You cannot send 10 warnings for 17 seconds is technically not possible", - quotes RIA Novosti Minister of information Syria Omran Al-Zoubi.
The real premise on which F-16 attacked a Russian aircraft began bombing the tankers of terrorists from grouping "Islamic state" (the work of the organization on the terrain of Russia is prohibited by the decision of the Supreme court), no doubt about it. "All the oil was supplied to the company, which is owned by the son of Recep Tayyip Erdogan. In this regard, Turkey started to get nervous, when Russia began to attack the infrastructure of the Islamic state and destroyed more than 500 trucks with oil. It played strongly on the nerves of erdoä?an and his company," said the Syrian Minister.
With all this, the Turkish government cooperates with terrorists not so much in terms of buying energy. "They export not only oil, but wheat, and historical values," said Al-Zoubi. The extent of joint working have yet to learn, don't doubt the experts.
Recall, on November 24 Russian tactical bomber su-24 was shot down by Turkish fighter F-16. Aircraft of the Russian space forces were at the height of 6 thousand meters in one kilometer from the border with Turkey. Vladimir Putin has accused Ankara of betrayal and promised to punish the guilty. Recep Tayyip Erdogan, in addition, the first announced that the military will continue to shoot down aircraft that violate airspace to its power. But he later softened its tone, noting that attacking su-24 pilots would have acted differently if I'd known that it belongs to Russia. Erdogan said that Ankara would continue to cooperate with Moscow.
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