The Russian leader congratulated the Turkish president on the victory of the Justice and Development Party at the early parliamentary elections. Turkish President once again expressed condolences over the crash of the A321 in Egypt.
Earlier, Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan sent the message with condolences on the downing of Russian aircraft in the Sinai Peninsula to the Russian President Putin. RIA News inform it, using the information from the Turkish Embassy in Russia. “Dear friends, I felt deep sorrow when I knew about the tragic plane crash which was in the Sinai peninsula, were died a large number of Russian citizens. I express my condolences and wish patience to families and relatives.”
The Airbus 321 airline “Kogalymavia”, which has made the flight number 9268 from Sharm El Sheikh to St Petersburg, has flew from Egypt at 6.51 a.m. Moscow time, then disappeared from radar screens. 217 passengers were on the board and 7 crew members.
Putin and Erdogan also exchanged opinions on the situation in Syria at the ministerial meeting in Vienna, which was held on 30th of October.
We would like to recall a special election were held in Turkey on 1st of November. Justice and Development Party regained the main status, thanks to support about half of the voters. Again this party can create an own government.