"There is no evidence that the helicopter was shot down"
Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım said on Wednesday that the studies on downed ATAK helicopter is still ongoing and that there is no evidence that the helicopter has been shot down.
Speaking at the press conference before his official visit to Belarus, Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım said that an accident crash committee was formed and investigation on ATAK helicopter which downed during the Afrin operation in the past days is underway, added that there is no evidence or declaration that the helicopter has been shot down.
"Dialogue must be established for tension in the Aegean"
Touching to Kardak islets that formed a tension between Turkiye and Greece, Yıldırım said: "The Aegean Sea should be a friendship sea between Greece and us. Problems in the Aegean is not new. We can solve any problems with dialogue. There are mutual accusations. Not only Turkiye should be careful about negligence not to happen. Greece also should be careful."