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Commenting article: Russian Sanctions Will Not Bring Turkey to Its Knees - Turkish Ambassador to Bulgaria

According to Turkish ambassador to Bulgaria His Excellency Suleyman Gokce, the sanctions imposed by Moscow in response to the downing of the Russian Su-24 bomber by two Turkish F-16 fighter jets on the Turkish-Syrian border on November 24, will not bring Ankara to its knees.

Gokce noted that Turkey is a great country, being the sixteenth largest economy in the world and part of G-20 and having ties with each part of the globe.

His Excellency expressed regret that the situation unfolded in this way, but this had not been initiated by Turkey.

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#1
norush - 5 Dec 2015 // 18:32:07

Maybe H.E.bows towards Mekka for a few seconds and takes care he\'s got enough Vaseline with him....

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-11-28/isis-oil-trade-full-frontal-raqqas-rockefellers-bilal-erdogan-krg-crude-and-israel-c

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Seedy - 6 Dec 2015 // 09:36:25

Okay, so sanctions won't work - how does a few nukes sound?

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