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VLADIVOSTOK, December 20. /TASS/. Russia does not want to curb relations with the Turkish people, and leaders of that country will be changed sooner or later, Russia’s President Vladimir Putin said in an interview in Vladimir Solovyev’s World Order film for Rossiya1 television channel.
"Like I said in the address to the nation and I want to reiterate it now, we say the people of Turkey are friendly people," he said. "And we do not want to have our relations curbed with the Turkish people. Well, as far as the incumbent leaders are concerned - nothing is eternal.".