Turkish businessmen in Russia alarmed – Kremlin
Baku, Azerbaijan. Nov. 28
Turkish business associations working in Russia are alarmed after the attack of a Turkish F-16 on a Russian Su-24 in Syria, according to Dmitry Peskov, Russian presidential spokesman.
Peskov's remarks come in the aftermath of downing of a Su-24 bomber of Russia by the Turkish Air Force on Nov. 24.
"We are currently receiving a lot of signals from various public organizations - from the Turkish business associations working here, they are literally ringing alarms," RIA Novosti quoted him as saying Nov. 28 in an interview with Russia24.
"They are ringing alarms, and they too can't find an answer to the question why the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan did this", he said referring to the downing of the Su-24.
Peskov, further calling the incident a provocation, said it wasn't in the interests of NATO, or Russia, or Turkey itself.