"After what happened yesterday, we cannot rule out the possibility of other incidents. If it happens we will have to react to it somehow. Our citizens in Turkey may face danger, which is something the Foreign Ministry should address," Putin said.
Russia will treat the Su-24 incident very seriously and will utilize every instrument available to enforce security, Russia's President Vladimir Putin said.
This comes as Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu revealed that his country is deploying S-400 Triumf .
"S-400s will be deployed to Hmeymim airbase in Syria," he said.
Shortly afterwards, the MoD announced three steps to be taken following the attack on the Russian Su-24 bomber, including providing aerial cover by fighter jets for every airstrike, boosting air defense by deploying guided missile cruisers off the Latakia coast, and suspending all military-to-military contacts with Turkey.
On the same level, Russian PM Dmitry Medvedev said: "Some Turkish officials have ‘direct financial interest' in the oil trade with the terrorist group "ISIS"."
According to him: ""Turkey's actions are de facto protection of "ISIS".."
"This is no surprise, considering the information we have about direct financial interest of some Turkish officials relating to the supply of oil products refined by plants controlled by "ISIS"," he explained.
Medvedev viewed the reckless and criminal actions of the Turkish authorities as they have caused a dangerous escalation of relations between Russia and NATO, which cannot be justified by any interest, including protection of state borders.
According to Medvedev, Russia is considering canceling several important projects with Turkey and barring Turkish companies from the Russian market. Russia has already recommended its citizens not to go Turkey citing terrorist threats, which have resulted in several tourist operators withdrawing tours to Turkey from the market.
Source: News Agencies, Edited by website team