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Turkish government spokesman said where the Turkish jet was shot down was clear.
Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc made statements and replied to questions of reporters after the meeting of the Council of Ministers.
Asked whether Turkish jet was downed in Syrian airspace or international airspace, Arinc said that he earlier made detailed information about the matter. There was no official document or information that would disprove the information that Turkey had regarding the downed jet, he said. The course of the jet was definite and where it was downed was clear, Arinc said.
Arinc said that they strongly condemned abduction of Huseyin Aygun, a lawmaker from the main opposition
Republican People's Party, stating that they were deeply sad over the incident.
The government has taken all necessary measures against such incidents, he added.
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