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Turkish Government Threaten To Occupy Russia In Just Seven Days

Turkey threaten to occupy Russia in just seven days

The Turkish Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mevlüt Cavusoglu, has boasted on Turkish television that Russia should be very scared and wary of Turkey.

“We call on Russia, which is one of our major trading partners, to stay quiet, but we also say that our patience is limited.”

“Since the crash of the Su-24 jet, Russia has taken every conceivable opportunity to undermine Turkey.”

“Certainly my government behaves like a mature and experienced government, but our patience has limits.”

Faced with Russian efforts, we have, no fear, no remorse. We act with moderation, to bring our relations back to normal.”

However, if necessary, I assure you , we can can occupy Russia in less than seven days with NATO and our regional allies,” he warned.

The tension between Russia and Turkey has escalated since the shooting down of the Russian Su-24 plane by the Turkish airforce.

  • Jim Allen

    He’s really trying to hurt himself….

  • CrocoRF

    “However, if necessary, I assure you , we can can occupy Russia in less than seven days with NATO and our regional allies,” he warned” ??????? LOL!!!!! )))))))))))))))))

    Is Mevlut knows that even a train from Belgorod to Vladivostok rides seven days?! And he wants to invade Russia in that time )))))))))))
    He has no brains )))))

  • Doug Stevens

    Another mentally deficient Nato psychopath calling for global devastation.

  • Nacho Hernández Yllera

    Quite a speculative note that say nothing about what Foreign Affairs, Mevlüt Cavusoglu said in Turkish television. Sean Adl-Tabatabai just put a bunch of quotes but I can’t see in any line that it was Foreign Affairs, Mevlüt Cavusoglu who said those quotes above. It only makes people nervous that’s speculation for easy money happy Cristmas peace to the world.

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