Russia to scrutinize military cooperation with Turkey, if it supplies drones to Ukraine

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Russian Deputy Prime Minister Yuri Borisov
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MOSCOW, April 21. /TASS/. Russia will scrutinize the prospect of military and technical cooperation with Turkey, if Ankara delivers drones to Ukraine, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Yuri Borisov said on Wednesday after President Vladimir Putin’s annual State of the Nation Address to the Federal Assembly.

"We will look [at the prospect] specifically in each individual case," the vice premier told reporters, responding to a question about whether Russia would suspend military-technical cooperation with Turkey, if Ankara delivered drones to Ukraine.


The Turkiye newspaper reported on April 15 citing an unnamed source that Ankara was ready to sell its weapons and drones to all countries, including Russia. The source noted that Ankara might sell the armament "after negotiations and upon reaching mutually acceptable terms" as drones "are not aimed against Russia or any other country."

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov stated on April 12, commenting on the reports of Ankara selling drones to Kiev, that Moscow urged responsible countries, including Turkey, "to analyze the situation and Kiev regime’s unending bellicose statements" and cautioned them against fueling these militaristic aspirations.

 

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Russian Deputy Prime Minister Yuri Borisov
© Mikhail Metzel/TASS

MOSCOW, April 21. /TASS/. Russia will scrutinize the prospect of military and technical cooperation with Turkey, if Ankara delivers drones to Ukraine, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Yuri Borisov said on Wednesday after President Vladimir Putin’s annual State of the Nation Address to the Federal Assembly.

"We will look [at the prospect] specifically in each individual case," the vice premier told reporters, responding to a question about whether Russia would suspend military-technical cooperation with Turkey, if Ankara delivered drones to Ukraine.


The Turkiye newspaper reported on April 15 citing an unnamed source that Ankara was ready to sell its weapons and drones to all countries, including Russia. The source noted that Ankara might sell the armament "after negotiations and upon reaching mutually acceptable terms" as drones "are not aimed against Russia or any other country."

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov stated on April 12, commenting on the reports of Ankara selling drones to Kiev, that Moscow urged responsible countries, including Turkey, "to analyze the situation and Kiev regime’s unending bellicose statements" and cautioned them against fueling these militaristic aspirations.

It was good when they donated billions of equipment to Armenia in order to keep the status quo in Karabakh. Hypocrites.
 

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And why do they concern about it if they have adequate countermeasures, as claimed, against drones?
 

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sending billions of military aid to Assad, not a problem for Russia.

Its always good to see the Russians squirming, i hope Turkeys arms Ukraine to the teeth. Time for Russians to enjoy the same game they played in Syria.
 

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It’s time for Turkey to up its game and get more and more involved and connected to Azerbaijan, Ukraine and even Georgia. There’s much that Turkey can win from helping them, modernizing their militaries and getting them closer as friends, trade partners and allies.

Turkish Military presence and bases in brotherly Azerbaijan... so close to Chechnya, Ingushetia and Dagestan + nice Turkish drones, munitions and other systems being available in good quantities to our Ukrainian buddies= Angry Moskals.
 
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