Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu rejected a RUSSIAN demand to apologize for the Su-24 and commented on the possible retaliatory sanctions, Interfax reported.
In particular, Davatoglu insists that Russian bomber attack caused by the need to protect Turkey's airspace.
"Neither Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan nor its President or other authorities will not apologize for the execution of their duty," he said at a joint press conference with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg in Brussels.
The Prime Minister noted that the protection of the Turkish airspace and land borders, is not only the right of his Government but also his responsibility.
Davutoglu also looked forward to the revision of the Moscow decision to impose economic sanctions against Turkey and said that Ankara was in principle opposed to the imposition of restrictive economic measures against countries.
Turkey, for its part, does not plan to take action, "which would be negatively perceived by the Russian people," he said.
Cooling of Russian-Turkish relations after Turkish fighter knocked down a Russian Su-24, for the violation of its airspace.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said that the destruction of the Russian aircraft occurred over territory Syria and called it a "kick in the back" to the country, which the Russians considered an ally.
In turn, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan stressed that the plane was destroyed in the skies of Turkey after repeated warnings to deviate from its initial course. The Turkish President said that fragments of the Su-24 fell on the Turkish land and wounded two people.
In the Russian Federation have already started coming undone flywheel anti-Turkish rhetoric in particular, Putin refuses contacts with Turks before receiving an official apology from Ankara.
In addition, he signed a decree on the imposition of sanctions against Turkey and http://nv.ua/world/geopolitics/rossija-vvela-sanktsii-protiv-turtsii-82833.html.