The Kremlin notes that the 'Russian region' cannot be the subject of an agreement.
Earlier, a professor at Turkish Maltepe University in Istanbul Hasan Ünal said that Turkey could conclude an agreement with Russia on Crimea. In particular, Ankara can recognize Crimea as Russian part in exchange for Moscow's recognition of the independence of the so-called Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus.
"It is unlikely that a professor from Turkey can personify the official point of view of Ankara ... Russian regions cannot and will not be the subject of any agreements. This is out of the question," Kremlin's spokesman Dmitriy Peskov said.
As it was reported earlier, on July 6, Russia militarized the occupied Crimea.