Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu rejected Moscow’s criticism of his country over the sale of Turkish-made drones to Ukraine, and said that Russia could also buy them if needed.
According to Anadolu Agency, the Turkish Foreign Minister said in a speech that if Russia needs to buy Turkish-made military equipment and weapons, it can buy them.
According to the report, “Mevlut Cavusoglu”, who apparently made these statements in response to Russia’s protest against the sale of Turkish drones to Ukraine, said:
“Turkey sells its drones to customers who need them.”
The agreement (with Ukraine) does not conflict with Russia’s interests.
If Russia needs our products, they can buy them from us, just as we bought the S-400 missile system from Russia.
He also confirmed that Ankara was continuing talks with Moscow on the purchase of the S-400 missile system.
Earlier, the Russian foreign minister responded strongly to the sale of Turkish-made drones to Ukraine, saying that it contradicts the interests of his country.