Turkish foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said he was willing to personally apologize to the widow of the pilot of the Russian su-24 shot down a Turkish fighter jet over Syria. He said this in an interview "Russia 24", it quotes RIA Novosti.
"We would like to provide material support to the family of the deceased pilot. I said Mr. [Minister of foreign Affairs of Russia] Lavrov that he was ready to visit the widow of a deceased Russian pilot, if that is her consent to Express their apologies and condolences," — said Cavusoglu .
27 June of this year it became known about the apology, born Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan for the downed su-24 bomber. "I want to Express my sympathy and deep condolences to the bereaved family of the Russian pilot and say, "sorry." With my heart I share their pain. Family Russian pilot we perceive as a Turkish family. In the name of pain relief and severity of the damage, we are ready for any initiative," — said in his letter to the President of Russia Vladimir Putin.
In the fall of 2015, the Turkish air force shot down a Russian su-24 bomber engaged in anti-terrorist operations in Syria. Pilot Oleg Peshkov and co-driver Konstantin Murakhtin ejected. Murakhtin managed to escape, and the incident was shot from the ground by militants when he was in the air above the territory of residence of the Syrian Turkmen. The pilot was awarded the title of Hero of Russia posthumously.
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