George Galloway interviews Ilhan Tanir on assassination of Andrei Karlov
From BBC News:
A Turkish policeman has shot dead Russia's ambassador to Turkey, Andrei Karlov, apparently in protest at Russia's involvement in Aleppo.
The killer has been identified as Mevlut Mert Aydintas, 22, a member of the Ankara riot police. It was not clear if he had links to any group.
The incident happened a day after protests in Turkey over Russian support for Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
Turkey's President said the attack was aimed at hurting ties with Russia.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan spoke to Russian President Vladimir Putin by phone and, in a video message, said that they both agreed it was an act of "provocation".
He said that those who wanted to harm relations between the two countries "would not achieve it".
In televised remarks, Mr Putin said the act was "undoubtedly a provocation aimed at disrupting the normalisation" of bilateral ties and the "peace process in Syria".
A group of Russian investigators will arrive in Turkey to look into the case, Mr Putin's spokesman Dmitry Peskov has said.
While there were protests in recent days about the situation in Aleppo, on a political level the Turkish and Russian governments have been co-operating in the ceasefire operation, the BBC's Turkey correspondent, Mark Lowen, reports.
Before the attack happened, a meeting of the Russian, Turkish and Iranian foreign ministers had been planned in Moscow for Tuesday.
George Galloway speaks to US based Turkish journalist Ihan Tanir on the subject. Was the attacker affiliated with the Gulen movement?
Originally broadcasted on talkRADIO 19th December 2016.
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