Sunday, July 17, 2016

Russian President Putin Called Turkey's President Erdogan After The Failed Military Coup

TASS: Putin, Erdogan have telephone conversation after military coup attempt in Turkey — Kremlin

Presidents discussed safety of Russian tourists in Turkey after the military coup attempt in that country

MOSCOW, July 17. /TASS/. Russia's President Vladimir Putin had a telephone conversation with Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. The Kremlin's press service said the conversation was initiated by the Russian side.

"Vladimir Putin in relation to the attempt of a force overthrowing of democratically elected Turkish authorities at night to July 16 stressed Russia's principal line for categorical inacceptance of anti-constitutional actions and use of force in life of a country," the Kremlin said. "Recep Tayyip Erdogan was offered condolences following the many victims among the civilians and law enforcers opposing the plotters, as well as wishes of soonest recovery of stable constitutional order and stability in Turkey."

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WNU Editor: I wonder if President Obama has talked to Turkey's President Erdogan since the coup attempt.

More News On Russian - Turkish Relations After The Failed Coup Attempt

Russia Confirms Readiness for Cooperation With Legitimate Turkish Gov't -- Sputnik
Russia confirms will work with legitimate leadership of Turkey -- Reuters
Russia’s call upon Turkey to settle coup without violence echoed by world leaders -- RT
Eyes on Russia amidst Turkey Coup Attempt --
How will the attempted coup in Turkey affect Moscow-Ankara relations? -- RBTH

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