President Vladimir Putin accused Turkey of pushing relations to a dead-end as Russia began trade retaliation over the downing of its warplane in Syria.
Turkey hasn’t apologized for its “treacherous stab in the back” or offered compensation after shooting down the jet, Putin said Thursday in Moscow at a meeting with new ambassadors to Russia. “It seems that the Turkish government is deliberately pushing Russian-Turkish relations into deadlock. We re...
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