Newsflash short while ago, the Turkish president has had a telephone conversation with his Russian counterpart, following the assassination of the Russian ambassador in Ankara.
And assassinated Andrei Karlov, Russian Ambassador to Turkey, on Monday, after being armed attack in Ankara.
She said the agency "Sputnik" Russian that armed men broke into the Museum of Art building modern in Ankara, where he was the Russian ambassador to deliver a speech during the opening of the exhibition "Russia through the eyes of the Turks," The gunman fired at him, hitting him seriously injured led to his death 0.3 others were wounded in the same attack, Turkish security forces succeeded in clearing the attacker.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that the assassination of the Russian Ambassador in Ankara "provocation intended to offend the normalization of relations between Turkey and Russia process." I agree with the Russian President Vladimir Putin, who is seen as a "provocation" aimed to damage relations between Moscow and Ankara's efforts to settle the conflict in Syria.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Monday evening that the assassination of Russian Ambassador Andrei Karlov in Turkey is a "provocation" aimed at overthrowing the "normalization" of relations between Ankara and Moscow.
Erdogan said in a televised speech, "We know as a provocation intended to offend the normalization of relations between Turkey and Russia process."
For his part, he said a spokesman for the Turkish presidency said Erdogan contact with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin to inform him of the details of the attack that killed the Russian ambassador to Ankara.
He was quoted by Anatolia news agency as saying Ibrahim Kalin, "our president held a telephone conversation with Russian President Putin to convey information about the attack."
The attack comes while Relations between Turkey and Russia improved months ago after a serious diplomatic crisis caused by the overthrow of the Turkish Air Force in November 2015 a Russian warplane over the Syrian-Turkish border.
Russia is the main ally of the Syrian regime, which is poised to restore the country's second city of Aleppo, while Turkey supports opposition groups seeking to topple President Bashar al-Assad.
Putin: the assassination of Karlov aims to sabotage his country's relations with Turkey
For his part, Russian President Vladimir Putin described the assassination of his country's ambassador to Turkey Monday as a "provocation" aimed to damage relations between Moscow and Ankara's efforts to settle the conflict in Syria, noting the other hand, that Moscow will join the Turkish security forces in the investigation.
Putin said in a televised statement that "the crime committed is undoubtedly a provocation designed to disrupt the normalization of Russian-Turkish relations and the disruption of the peace process in Syria and in which they participate strongly by Russia, Turkey and Iran."
He said during his meeting with Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and officials of domestic and foreign intelligence, "there can be only a single response to this, and that is to intensify the fight against terrorism and criminals will feel it."
Putin said that his country would send investigators to Ankara after agreeing his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan's request to that effect and face the Russian President.
"We know Who moved the hands of the murderers."
Russian Ambassador Andrei Karlov and killed after suffering several bullets fired by a Turkish policeman while he was giving a speech during the opening of an art exhibition in the Turkish capital. The policeman said he did away with it in retaliation of what is happening in Aleppo.
In a video of the attack posted on social networks, the killer shows, shouting in Arabic first and then in Turkish Ambassador Mamd the ground near him.
And cheer the man who is wearing a black suit and carrying a gun "Allahu Akbar" and speaking in Arabic about "Muhammad who pledged allegiance to jihad." And then it repeats twice in Turkish "Do not forget Syria, Aleppo do not forget." He adds that "all who participate in this tyranny will be held accountable one by one."