Russia Demands Answers After Turkey Forces Down Syrian Plane

Full story: The St. Petersburg Times

Russian diplomats demanded an explanation from Ankara on Thursday after Turkish fighter jets forced down a Syrian passenger plane on suspicion of carrying Russian military equipment on a Moscow-Damascus flight and seized some of its cargo.

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Syrian wrote:
<quoted text> Turkey has a lot of bark but very little will to to bite. If only makes noise when NATO steps on its tail.
I see only you guys are barking here like depressed poodles expecting its master to do something to save its azz... Turkey is doing what it should do and as it suits its agenda...
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Putinko can shove Kissinger tiny cock up to his A hole. No explanation should be given to the russian koholzniks.
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Israelies play with you like what you are

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I see only you guys are barking here like depressed poodles expecting its master to do something to save its azz... Turkey is doing what it should do and as it suits its agenda...
I am not sure why this is such a surprise to so many on this forum.
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George wrote:
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I am not sure why this is such a surprise to so many on this forum.
More expert and entertaining comment from George! You really should have gone to Uni. Then you could have been as dumb as me. LOL
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When Syria attacked Turkey, Russia said Turks should not rush to war. What's up with Ruskis now?
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When Syria attacked Turkey, Russia said Turks should not rush to war. What's up with Ruskis now?
"What's up" is what is in Russia's and Putin's best interests.

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Syrian wrote:
<quoted text> "What's up" is what is in Russia's and Putin's best interests.
And you think that Russia's best interest is to declare a war to Turkey for Syria... Well... Sounds silly...
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Syrian wrote:
<quoted text> "What's up" is what is in Russia's and Putin's best interests.
This is a quote::

The BBC's James Reynolds, near the Syrian border in southern Turkey, says that despite taking opposite views, Ankara and Moscow have maintained a close relationship and continued to do business together.

so I would say it is business as usual between Russia and Turkey.

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George wrote:
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The BBC's James Reynolds, near the Syrian border in southern Turkey, says that despite taking opposite views, Ankara and Moscow have maintained a close relationship and continued to do business together.
so I would say it is business as usual between Russia and Turkey.
And in this case, the "business" is Syria...
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And in this case, the "business" is Syria...
Correct. Nobody is saying go to war between Russia and Turkey, it is quite the opposite as Turkey has stated many times they do not want to go to war, however, they will not walk away from being pushed. Russia is trying to negotiate with Turkey and Syria to prevent escalation.
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George wrote:
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I am not sure why this is such a surprise to so many on this forum.
I wasn't surprised by it, and no doubt this
may sound like praddle, but I think it is relevant.
The concept (now) has ceased to exist, we don't live in the past, present or future .
Stratagem has abolished even what we are.
And how can we say everything should
be subordinate to what it was before, when
before was what.
It was what our ancestors wanted before
(now) went away. We have no right to pursue our present endeavour we must change and turn about. Existence was always relationship to the past not what
was wanted for a future.
Now I've been following this discussion
and I can tell you categorically not one of
you has got it right I haven't seen the
Presidents name mentioned not even once.
However forgive me if I make a mistake its
this stupid phone has brought me nothing but trouble.
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George wrote:
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Correct. Nobody is saying go to war between Russia and Turkey, it is quite the opposite as Turkey has stated many times they do not want to go to war, however, they will not walk away from being pushed. Russia is trying to negotiate with Turkey and Syria to prevent escalation.
Russia is making it clear to the Turks to cool it with Syria. Russia has a lot of reasons to keep the Syrian government in power.
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BOZ-OK wrote:
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I see only you guys are barking here like depressed poodles expecting its master to do something to save its azz... Turkey is doing what it should do and as it suits its agenda...
No, Turkey does not do what suits its agenda. Turkey does what it is told by its masters in Washington.
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George wrote:
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I am not sure why this is such a surprise to so many on this forum.
LOL, trust me it's no surprise, Turkey is following orders from it's masters, it has no choice but to follow orders.
if walls could talk

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George wrote:
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Correct. Nobody is saying go to war between Russia and Turkey, it is quite the opposite as Turkey has stated many times they do not want to go to war, however, they will not walk away from being pushed. Russia is trying to negotiate with Turkey and Syria to prevent escalation.
Turkey wants to plant its flag in Kurdistan and learned its black ops from you know who.

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