Turkey to do whatever needed over jet incidentJune 24th, 2012 - 6:34 am ICT by IANS
Istanbul, June 24 (IANS) Turkish President Abdullah Gul has vowed to do whatever is required following the incident in which a Turkish jet was shot down by Syria over the southwest of Hatay province, according to Anatolia news agency.
Gul said that it was certain that the Turkish jet was shot down by Syria, which is not possible to ignore, noting that it was routine for warplanes flying at high speed to cross borders for short distances, Xinhua reported.
It was not a move with bad intention, he added.
He also informed that Turkey held telephone conversations with the Syrian side over the incident.
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