Kremlin: Russian media outlets should experience no restrictions in Turkey

Following the purported arrest, detain and office search of the Sputnik journalists by the police in Turkey on Sartuday, Russian Presidential Spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Monday that the Kremlin hopes that the Russian media outlets in Turkey will not face similar  situations again. TASS reported.

Sputnik Editor-in-chief and three others journalists of the organisation were arrested and detained for several hours on Saturday before been released on Sunday.

The Kremlin spokesman also said that Russia’s Foreign Ministry had already expressed "deep concern over such actions against media representatives."

"We, of course, hope that media representatives, all the more so, those who are working for the Russian media, such as Sputnik, will not experience any restrictions and will not face situations similar to what occurred the other day," the Kremlin spokesman commented on the detention of Sputnik Turkiye employees on March 1.

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