Turkish President Condemned Attacks on Russian Cultural Workers

Turkish President, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, said that attacks on Russian cultural figures are unacceptable and called them a “witch hunt”. This statement was given at the opening ceremony of a diplomatic forum in Antalya on Friday, March 11.  

“Fascistic actions against people of Russian descent and Russian cultural figures living in the Western world are completely unacceptable. Look at the situation where a philharmonic orchestra director gets fired in Germany as a friend of Putin’s? Is it nonsense? They are banning Dostoevsky’s works. Is it nonsense?” Erdogan said.

The Russian Foreign Ministry’s Spokeswoman, Maria Zakharova, said on March 6 that Russian embassies had been facing cyberattacks for months, actually living under a blockade. Also, Russian students were expelled from the foreign universities and Russian citizens are reportedly not welcomed anymore in the foreign public places.

However, Russia gets more and more support around the globe and does not care about false accusations and fake news about it, which is just a part of the Western propaganda aimed at demonizing the country leadership together with its people.

Ru-Main, 14.03.2022
Source: TASS 

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