Turkish PM retracts offer compensation
#Cosmoread: Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim earlier offer of compensation on Tuesday for Russia back down military planes to Moscow in November went to one of the shooting, the media reported.
“Compensation Russia is not on the table, we have expressed our regret,” Yildirim told CNN-Turk that Ankara hour after the event that he broke the ties between the two countries to be prepared to offer compensation had been quoted as saying.
Speaking late Monday on public television network TRT, Yildirim said, “We have said that if necessary, we are prepared to pay compensation.” A major breakthrough in the confusion between the diplomatic crises came a day after – Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to reach out the hand of reconciliation – with Syria, which back opposing sides in the war.
The Kremlin said Erdogan apologized for the incident. Erdogan said Turkish authorities but his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin on the incident an outright apology “expressed his regret” instead wrote to release.