This week, Russia's ambassador to Turkey was murdered by an Islamofascist who was apparently a police official. The question at this point is, where will Russia decide to go after this? According to this news
, the relations may not be that good after all:
Andrei Karlov, Russia's ambassador to Turkey, was shot dead on Monday while giving a speech at a gallery by a former police officer who shouted "Don't forget Aleppo" and "God is greatest."
Turkey's President Tayyip Erdogan said the attack was an attempt to undermine the country's relations with Russia, which have recently been tested thanks to the ongoing conflict in Syria.
Oh? Isn't Erdogan and his bunch of hypocrites the ones who've been pushing an Islamist narrative that led to this tragedy? And he knows it.
According to Wolfango Piccoli, co-President of Teneo Intelligence, Monday's attack could hurt the progress made in Russian-Turkish relations.
"The attack, in the center of Ankara, will throw a wrench in the progress of a fragile Russian-Turkish rapprochement, especially as Ankara has been the main international supporter of the forces affiliated with the Free Syrian Army which have recently been forced to evacuate Aleppo," Piccoli said in a note Monday night.
"Since the rapprochement with Moscow in June, Erdogan has attempted to avoid criticizing Russia directly although the pro-government media has been outspoken in its condemnation of the civilian casualties as the result of alleged Russian air strikes in Aleppo," Piccoli added.
Monday's shooting took place while large demonstrations against Russia's bombing of Aleppo were happening outside the Russian consulate in Istanbul.
The relationship between the two countries has been fragile since a Russian airplane was shot down last year. At the time, Turkey argued that the plane had entered its airspace without authorization.
That Turkey would commit such a heinous act just shows what their true image really is. Russia shouldn't be leading relations with Turkey, because they'll exploit them to the fullest to build up their own Islamofascist agenda. Unfortunately, it looks like they're set on making serious mistakes about whom to associate with.
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