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The Russian Aerospace Forces commander says the video footage of Russian bomber’s crash was shot from the territory controlled by terrorists from North Caucasus and former Soviet republics.
The commander-in-chief of the Russian Aerospace Forces, Viktor Bondarev, said said the Turkish fighters that attacked the Su-24M were waiting for the Russian bomber in the air. Besides, according to Russian military data, the bomber was in the Turkish Air Force’s radar stations coverage area for over 30 minutes.
Bondarev also noted that the video footage of Russian bomber’s crash was shot from the territory controlled by terrorists from North Caucasus and former Soviet republics. He also noted that the person shooting the video knew the time and place of the attack in advance.
According to him, the Turkish media’s readiness to cover the incident was amazingly surprising. The general recalled that the Russian jet was hit at 10:24 on November 25. A private Turkish TV company posted the video 90 minutes later.