Turkey's presidential contender is accused by Russia, which denies

May 14, 2023



(RT)

Russia strongly denies allegations that Moscow is meddling in Türkiye's presidential race, and Kemal Kilicdaroglu has not been able to present evidence of Moscow's alleged interference. Russia has a policy of not meddling in other countries' elections, and President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has slammed Kilicdaroglu for his claims, adding that it is the West that is trying to sway the election. Polling stations opened on Sunday, with polls predicting a tight race between Kilicdaroglu and Erdogan.

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