Erdogan got scammed by the pranksters who personated Yatsenuyk and Poroshenko
Well-known pranksters Vladimir Kuznetsov (known online as Vovan) and Aleksey Stolyarov (known online as Lexus) came at Recep Erdogan. The pranksters presented themselves as the president of the Ukraine Petr Poroshenko and the prime-minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk and made the Turkish leader discuss Russian sanctions and Turkey’s foreign policy with them.
Erdogan promised to his “dear friend” Poroshenko that he would support him on the way of fighting Russia. He pointed out that he would be “ his pleasure” to do this. “Don’t have any doubts with regard to this,” said Erdogan.
The pranksters also asked the president of Turkey whether he was going to offer Russia an apology for the shot down fight jet Su-24.
Interestingly enough, the pranksters talked to the president in Russian which was translated into Turkish. The Turkish party did not seem to pay any attention to that.
As reported by the online newspaper “Business gazeta”, pranksters have already managed to joke at the British Elton John, governor of the Odessa region Mikheil Saakashvili, mayor of Kiev Vitaly Klitschko, deputy of the Verkhovna Rada Oleg Lyashko, minister of the home affairs of the Ukraine Arsen Avakov, businessman Igor Kolomoyskyi and other famous people.