Russia ‘Violated’ Turkish Airspace Because Turkey ‘Moved’ Its Border

By on 7th October 2015

 

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‘So it is the U.S., not Turkey, which was first pushing the claims of air space violation and of scrambling fighters. The Turkish source would not confirm that.

But how could it be a real air space violation when Russian planes “flew within five miles of the Turkish border and may have crossed into Turkey’s air space”. The Russian planes were flying in Syrian airspace. They “may have crossed” is like saying that the earth “may be flat”. Well maybe it is, right?’

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Source: http://www.davidicke.com/headlines/russia-violated-turkish-airspace-because-turkey-moved-its-border/

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One Response to “Russia ‘Violated’ Turkish Airspace Because Turkey ‘Moved’ Its Border”

  1. ian says:

    All the stops are coming out now, and I feel it will escalate into war. Putin has shown the west up for what they are and they’re starting to see it slide away from them. The next few days will be interesting.

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