Baku, Azerbaijan, Jan. 31
The leader of the Turkish opposition Republican People's Party Kemal Kilicdaroglu urged the government to do everything possible to prevent the violation of the country's airspace, the Turkish Milliyet newspaper wrote.
Kilicdaroglu also said that his party will fully support all actions of the government to prevent the violation of Turkish airspace.
Earlier, the Turkish foreign ministry accused Russia of violating the country's airspace by Russia's Su-34 fighter-bomber.
"Russia's Su-34 violated Turkish airspace again at 11:46 (UTC/GMT +4 hours) Jan. 29," the ministry said. "The fighter was warned in the Russian and English languages before the invasion. Despite the warnings of Turkey and NATO, this is a concrete invasion and new evidence of Russia's actions aimed at the aggravation of the situation."
Relations between Russia and Turkey deteriorated after Turkish F-16 shot down Russian SU-24 bomber Nov.24. Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a decree on taking special economic measures against Turkey.