Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov responded to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s attack on the “Ukrainian” ownership of Crimea.
According to Peskov, official Moscow “regrets” that such statements are made on the eve of Erdogan’s working visit to Russia. According to him, the Kremlin would prefer “to focus on the further development of relations” between Russia and Turkey, as well as “interaction in solving very hot regional challenges” that stand between the two countries.
Peskov added that Erdogan’s position is well known to Moscow.
“We strongly disagree with her,” he said, adding that the Kremlin will continue “to work with the Turkish side.”
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