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Russia and Turkey agree on joint investigation of Ambassador murder
11:03, 20 December 2016
Russia and Turkey agree on joint investigation of Ambassador murder

The leaders also agreed to strengthen the security of diplomatic missions of the two countries

11:03, 20 December 2016

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The Presidents of Russia and Turkey Vladimir Putin and Recep Tayyip Erdogan agreed on a joint investigation of the Russian Ambassador Andrei Karlov murder in Ankara during the telephone talk. It was reported by Interfax-Ukraine.

"The investigation team will be directed to Turkey in the near future, according to presidents’ agreement made during today's call," the press secretary of the Russian president, Dmitry Peskov announced.

The leaders also agreed to strengthen the security of diplomatic missions of the two countries, he added.

Related: Russian ambassador to Turkey shot in Ankara

"The security of diplomatic institutions of Turkey in Russia will be heavily strengthened... Russian President also instructed to get guarantees from the Turkish side on the security of Russian diplomatic missions in Turkey," Peskov said.

Earlier it was reported that five people arrested after Russian Ambassador murder in Ankara. Currently,the police is checking all detainees.

Related: MP called murder of Russian ambassador in Turkey an alarming signal

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