Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Russia says killing of ambassador in Ankara is act of terrorism

Via Billy

 
The unidentified perpetrator, a man wearing a suit and a tie, shouted "Allahu Akbar" ("God is great" in Arabic) during the attack. He also referenced the crisis in Syria and Aleppo after the shooting, saying that those involved in the Syrian conflict “will pay for it one by one.” The attacker was killed by Turkish Special Forces.
The attack on Russian envoy Andrey Karlov, who died of gunshot wounds received during an official event in the Turkish capital, Ankara, is qualified by Moscow as a "terrorist act," the Foreign Ministry says.

Announcing Karlov's death, the ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said the "day is tragic in the history of the Russian diplomacy." The ambassador was shot at a public event in the Turkish capital, the ministry confirmed, saying that he later died of his wounds.

The topic of the killing of the Russian diplomat will be raised at the UN Security Council on Monday, Zakharova said.

The Russian Foreign Ministry will issue a statement later in the day, she added.

More @ RT

6 comments:

  1. I remember the old Soviet Union. If Putin reacts like they would have. These people have no idea what is coming their way. If they expect some pussy response like Obama would send. Oh boy, will they get a surprise.

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    1. He needs to get them back for shooting down his fighter.

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  2. Weapon of choice .... Jericho 941
    It amazes me that as much as the muzzies hate Jews,
    They just about always use their weapons !

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  3. Putin said about the terrorist attack in Berlin, "you pull
    this in Russia, I'll destroy you in 35 minutes."

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