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"The question of Constantinople is not closed" – Deputy Chairman of the State Duma Pyotr Tolstoy

«Constantinople question is not closed» - Deputy Chairman of the State Duma Pyotr Tolstoy
Active discussion of the real culprit in the attack on the Russian Mi-24 helicopter continues. Recall, that the helicopter was shot down exactly one day ago in the skies over Armenia - a few kilometers from the Nakhichevan Autonomous Republic of Azerbaijan and almost a couple of hundred kilometers from the war zone in Nagorno-Karabakh.

Experts are concerned about the question of whether, that the recognition by official Baku of the fact of striking the Mi-24 with statements about the accidentalness of this strike may turn out to be an attempt by the official authorities of Azerbaijan to shield the real culprits.

In the program "60 minutes" on the channel "Russia 1" the experts in the studio expressed a hypothesis that, that a third party could be behind the attack on a Russian helicopter. And as a version, Turkey is named such a country..

noted, that certain forces in Turkey could well go to provocation in order, to disrupt the prepared agreements on peace in Karabakh. The signing of the joint statement could at least be postponed, and during this time Stepanakert could have been lost by the Armenian side.

The program contained words about, that Russia has “good (long) memory "and if the involvement of the Turkish side becomes clear, then "Russia knows about the locations of the Turkish officers".

The guest of the studio, Deputy Chairman of the State Duma Pyotr Tolstoy made such a statement:

Constantinople question is not closed.
And he added,, what Turkey should not forget, that “Russia defeated her 10 time".

Earlier, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the names of the dead Russian officers - members of the Mi-24 crew. These are Senior Lieutenant Roman Fedin and Major Yuri Ishuk.


The pilot-operator was also injured, flight navigator. We wish him a speedy recovery.
Meanwhile, the information service “Bloomberg”, publishing material about the agreement on Karabakh, He writes, what “Erdogan entered Putin's backyard”.

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