In a state of the nation speech, Russian President Vladimir Putin saidÂ Turkey will “more than once” regret shooting down the Russian bomber jet near the Syrian-Turkish border.
Russian leader described the incident as a “treacherous war crimeâ€ andÂ accusedÂ Turkey of “aiding terrorists”. The leaderÂ signalled for additional sanctions against Turkey during his speech.
Russia has announced wide-ranging sanctions against Turkey including an import ban on Turkish fruit and vegetables.
Putin repeated the claim that Turkey buys oil from the Islamic State and called for a broad international coalition against terrorism, referencing Turkey he called to avoid â€œdouble standards, contacts with any terroristÂ organisations, and anyÂ attempt to use them for their own ends.â€
Russia also claimed that Erdoganâ€™s family was directly profiting from Islamic State oil smuggling.
Turkey rejected Russian allegations aboutÂ Turkey buying oil from Islamic State is onlyÂ â€œSoviet-style propagandaâ€.
Delivering his speech on Thursday Putin said, “it appears that Allah decided to punish the ruling clique of Turkey by depriving it of any reason or logic”.
As Erdogan and Putin continue a war of words, Turkish president Erdogan made a clear stance thatÂ TurkeyÂ will notÂ apologise for defending its own air space.
Turkey insists the SU-24 bomber jet violated its air space and was warned repeatedly before the shoot down.Â Russia on the other hand says the plane had not strayed from Syrian air space