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Asked if the PM had been in touch with President Erdogan following the plane downing, the PMS said that the PM hadn’t had direct contact on that issue, but that he expected that there had been contact between the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) and the Turkish authorities. The Turkish authorities had made clear that they were consulting NATO allies in the context of Article 4 of NATO’s founding treaty. We would be represented by our ambassador to NATO at the NATO meeting the following day.

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