トルコ機がロシア機撃墜 5 軍事ルートでのトルコとのコンタクトは停止: ずくなしの冷や水

2015年11月27日

トルコ機がロシア機撃墜 5 軍事ルートでのトルコとのコンタクトは停止

jp.sputniknews.com2015/11/25
ロシア軍参謀本部で作戦指揮の総責任者を務めるセルゲイ・ルツコイ中将は「シリアにおけるロシア空軍の安全を保障する追加措置を、我々は準備した。そうした措置は、ロシアの爆撃機スホイ24を撃墜したトルコ空軍F16型機の攻撃に対抗するために講じられる」と述べた。
ルツコイ中将によれば、今後空軍のあらゆる行動は「戦闘機による援護のもと」でのみ実施される。なおそれ以外にロシアは、対空防衛強化に向けた措置を取るとの事だ。その一例として、対空防衛システム「フロント」を装備した巡洋艦「モスクワ」が、シリアのラタキヤ港沖の地中海に配備される。このラタキヤ県には、フメイミム空軍基地があり、9月からそこにはロシア軍機が置かれている。
またルツコイ中将は「我々にとって潜在的に危険だとみなされる標的すべては、殲滅されるだろう」と強調し「軍事ルートでのトルコとのコンタクトは停止される」と伝えた。









救出されたパイロットが報道関係者のインタビューを受けているところ。動画を見ると、右上のアンテナが全部回転しています。報道陣は半袖ですが、パイロットはしっかり着込んでいます。



米軍も使うインジルリク空軍基地が意識されていることは明らかです。

jp.sputniknews2015/11/25
「トルコ政府は、ロシアを自分達の友人であるとみなしており、スホイ24撃墜事件後も、ロシアとの関係断絶を望んでいない。」ダウトオール首相は、自ら率いる与党公正発展党の議会内会派の会合で、このように述べた。

ダウトオール首相は、次のように発言した―

「今回の事件後に、ロシアとの関係を断絶したり、緊張関係に入ったりするつもりは、我々にはないし、あり得ない。ロシアは、我々の友人であり隣人であり、大変重要なパートナーである。二国間関係が犠牲になるような事はない。現在我々のもとでは、あらゆる交流チャンネルが開かれており、我々は互いにそうしたものに大きな意義を与えている。しかし、特に強調したいが、いかなる友好関係も、国家の安全保障面においては、それぞれの国が自分の領土を擁護する権利を互いに尊重して初めて成立するものである。」

jp.sputniknews.com2015/11/25
トルコはスホイ24にいかなる警告も行わなかった−シリアで救出されたロシア人乗組員

jp.sputniknews.com2015/11/25
ロシア農業監督庁は12月1日よりトルコ企業の鶏肉の供給を一時的に制限する。同庁が文書で発表した。
制限対象となったのはトルコの企業の「CP スタンダード・ギダ・サナイ・ヴェ・チサレット・アノニム・シルコルティ」社。原因は鶏肉から人に対する病原性を持つリステリアが発見されたため。

RT2015/11/25
News broadcaster Don Debar told Sputnik that Turkey's decision to call a NATO meeting after shooting down a Russian warplane demonstrates that Ankara does not behave according to diplomatic norms; its support for terrorist groups in Syria is another example of its abnormal behavior.
When Turkey shot down a Russian plane in Syrian airspace, it committed an act of war against Syria and Russia and brought Turkey's support for terrorism to light, Don Debar, the host of CPR News, an independent daily radio newscast, told Radio Sputnik on Tuesday.

ロシア軍シリア北部の空爆継続

sputniknews.com2015/11/26
Moscow Cancels Russia-Turkey Summit Planned for December - Reports
MOSCOW (Sputnik) – A Russian-Turkish intergovernmental commission was planning to meet in St. Petersburg on December 15. The meeting was agreed upon by Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan on the sidelines of the November 15-16 G20 summit in Antalya, Turkey.
"Russian authorities have made a decision not to hold the Russia-Turkey summit in St. Petersburg, which had been planned for mid-December," the Russian daily said on Thursday, citing a Kremlin source.

sputniknews.com 2015/11/26
Hollande ‘Depressed’ by Obama’s Lack of Anti-ISIL Resolve

US President Barack Obama believes that there is no need to build a new antiterrorist coalition now that 65 countries are already fighting terrorists in Syria.
President Obama made this point very clear when meeting the press in Washington after two-hour talks with his visiting French counterpart Francois Hollande.
The French leader had come to Washington determined to persuade his American colleague to ramp up the war on Islamic terrorists, but his initial resolve all but evaporated the moment he entered the White House

sputniknews.com 2015/11/26
Fifty US Army officers and servicemen have arrived in the Syrian city of Ain al-Arab on the border with Turkey.
DAMASCUS (Sputnik) – Fifty US Army officers and servicemen have arrived in the Syrian city of Ain al-Arab on the border with Turkey, Syria’s al-Mayadeen television reported Thursday.

sputniknews.com 2015/11/26
A hardline response from Russia to the downing of its Su-24 bomber by a Turkish jet in Syria was inevitable, Turkish former culture and tourism minister Ertugrul Gunay told Sputnik. According to him, the incident will have a serious impact on Russian-Turkish economic and diplomatic ties.

"Russia’s response to the Turkish actions was inevitable. I believe that the incident will have rather an economic and diplomatic – not military − impact on Turkey," he said.

sputniknews.com 2015/11/26
Turkish Stream Falls Under Russia's Restrictive Measures Against Turkey

Russia's Economic Development Minister stated that the Turkish Stream gas pipeline project falls under the restrictive measures against Turkey.
The restrictions against Ankara may also include the Akkuyu Nuclear Power Plant, which is currently under construction in the southern province of Mersin in Turkey.

sputniknews.com 2015/11/26
Italian Lawmaker Offers to Lift Sanctions to Make Up for Su-24 Downing
Italy should help to de-escalate a potentially dangerous situation between Russia and NATO following the downing of a Russian bomber by the Turkish Air Force in Syria by lifting sanctions against Russia, Alessandro Di Battista, a member of the Italian Chamber of Deputies, told the TV channel Rai Uno.

sputniknews.com/europe/20151126
Erdogan Says Turkey Will Not Apologize for Downing Russian Su-24
Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced that Ankara will not apologise to Russia for shooting down a Su-24 bomber jet.

"I think if there is a party that needs to apologize, it is not us," Erdogan told CNN in an interview.

"Those who violated our airspace are the ones who need to apologize. Our pilots and our armed forces, they simply fulfilled their duties, which consisted of responding to <…> violations of the rules of engagement. I think this is the essence.

sputniknews.com/middleeast/20151126
The issue of ISIL and their sale of oil in Syria and Iraq has been a topic of hot debate recently, with both Turkish and Syrian officials accused of enabling and facilitating the group's activities, which has in a large part funded their terror campaign.
While many have long speculated about how ISIL is selling its oil and who is purchasing its supplies, tensions increased following the shooting down of a Russian jet earlier this week by Turkish forces.
Russian President Vladimir Putin labeled the attack a "stab in the back" and accused Turkey of being "accomplices of terrorists" in reference to the country's alleged links to ISIL figures.
Without naming any countries in general, Putin accused some states of covering for the "illegal trade of oil, people, drugs, artworks and weapons" of jihadist groups.
"It is the passivity of some countries, and often direct complicity in terrorism that led to the creation of the nightmarish phenomenon that is the so-called Islamic State [ISIL]."
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev backed up the attack on Ankara, saying:
"Turkey's actions are de facto protection of Islamic State [ISIL]. This is no surprise, considering the information we have about direct financial interest of some Turkish officials relating to the supply of oil products refined by plants controlled by ISIL.
"The reckless and criminal actions of the Turkish authorities… have caused a dangerous escalation of relations between Russia and NATO, which cannot be justified by any interest, including protection of state borders," Medvedev said.

sputniknews.com/middleeast/20151126
MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Iraqi troops have closed off the Islamic State jihadist group’s last supply lines in the northern province of Anbar, edging closer to ending its siege, local media cited security officials as saying Thursday.
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 00:25| Comment(2) | 国際・政治
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このブログではトルコ側の警告を発した記録が公開されたといっています。
でもNATOよりのトルコなので後々作られた可能性もありますね。よくわかりませんが今回の件はロシアに分があると思うのでトルコの言い分は疑問です。
Posted by こーじ at 2015年11月27日 14:42
公開されています。ロシア側がすぐ疑問点を突っ込んでいます。トルコは周辺国の領空侵犯の常習国です。詳しく吟味する価値はないと考えています。
Posted by ずくなし at 2015年11月27日 14:46
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