Davutoglu says Turkey has right to respond when airspace violated

By REUTERS
November 24, 2015 15:07

 
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ANKARA - Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said on Tuesday that Turkey had the right to respond if its airspace is violated despite repeated warnings, speaking after a Russian warplane was shot down by Turkish jets along the country's Syria border.

In a speech in the capital Ankara, Davutoglu said the world should know that Turkey would do "whatever is necessary" to guarantee the country's security.


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