As more symbolic backing for Turkey comes from NATO, “Greek PM goads Turkish PM on Twitter over downing of Russian jet….

A highly unusual online exchange took place on Twitter between the prime ministers of Greece and Turkey before the former deleted his tweets – but only from the English version of his account
Greek PM in Turkey Twitter outburst

Greek PM Alexis Tsipras attacks his Turkish counterpart on Twitter following the downing of a Russian plane, prompting an admonishing reply.
Greek PM goads Turkish PM on Twitter over downing of Russian jet

Alexis Tsipras took the unusual step of using social media to criticise Ahmet Davutoglu over the actions of Turkey’s airforce, before deleting his tweets

NATO has pledged support to Turkey over the downing of the Russian fighter jet which violated Turkish airspace on Nov. 24, while Turkish PM Davutoğlu has said there will be no apology for the incident
Turkish construction companies operating in Russia are facing several difficulties, including additional financial audits or cancelations in new projects, amid Ankara’s ongoing diplomatic crisis with Moscow, Turkish Contractors Association (TMB) head Mithat Yenigün has said
Turkey ‘shot down plane for IS oil’

Russia says Turkey shot down one of its planes near the border with Syria to protect its oil trade with Islamic State – a trade Turkey has always denied.
Russian President Vladimir Putin does not plan to meet his Turkish counterpart Erdoğan at a climate summit in Paris on Nov. 30, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters
Even before Russia imposed sanctions over the downing of a combat jet, an influx of migrants and a loss of export markets hindered Turkey’s economy.
2 Nations Split by the Similarities of Their Presidents

Not long ago, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the president of Turkey, earned about the warmest accolade possible from President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia. That was then.

The Kremlin’s News Man Decides It’s Time to Say ‘Daesh’ Instead of ‘ISIL’

Photo by, April 17, 2014. CC 4.0.

Dmitry Kiselyov. Photo by, April 17, 2014. CC 4.0.

Turkey will help stem the flow of migrants to Europe in return for cash, visa liberalization and renewed talks on joining the European Union
Russia will ban imports of agricultural products, vegetables and fruits from Turkey and may expand its sanctions further if deemed necessary, senior officials said at a government meeting on Nov. 30, as quoted by Reuters
Turkey will not apologise for shooting down Russian jet

Turkish PM says during Nato talks that it has right to defend airspace, as allies try to prevent escalation and say focus should be on battling Isis

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