Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said the Turkish elections would not affect relations.
The statement from the Kremlin came about the elections in Turkey. The words of Dmitry Peskov were included in the news, which the agencies transmitted with the code “Last Minute”.
Millions of people came to the polls yesterday in Turkey. According to results yet to be determined, President Erdogan received 49.42 percent of the vote, Kılıçdaroğlu 44.95 percent and Sinan Ogan 5.2 percent of the vote. While the world press was closely following the elections, a statement about this came from the Kremlin.
“RESULTS WILL NOT AFFECT THE RELATIONSHIP”
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said the election results would not have any impact on Russian-Turkish relations and added: “Regardless of who wins the presidential election, Russia intends to continue and deepen cooperation with Turkey.”
“We believe that there is a mature democracy in Turkey, where transparent elections and illegal actions are not allowed”
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