The Turkish authorities about the incident with the Russian family: we apprehend many

© AP Photo / Burhan OzbiliciСотрудники law enforcement bodies of Turkey in Ankara. Archival photoThe Turkish authorities about the incident with the Russian family: we apprehend many© AP Photo / Burhan Ozbilici

The administration of the Governor of the Turkish province of Hatay in southern Turkey has so far refused to comment on the situation with the detention of Russians on the border with Syria, told RIA Novosti the representative of the press service of the administration on Friday.

Informed the acting press-attache of the Embassy Alexander Leshukov said RIA Novosti that the Embassy addressed to the competent authorities of Turkey with the request to inform whether the state of Jalisco, her daughter and her husband in the country. RT referring to the former father-in-law Svetlana Utkina Valeriya said that his daughter-in-law with her daughters and her boyfriend Eugene Kochari in mid-June, went on vacation to Ankara, but after a while his son Sergei found out that they were detained while trying to cross the Syrian-Turkish border with fake documents. Turkish migration service was unable to provide RIA Novosti operational review.

As reported by RIA Novosti Sergey Ukhanov, it is located in the province of Hatay, where in immigration prison his ex-wife and daughter, Turkish authorities did not provide him with any information about the further steps towards Svetlana and her two daughters.

«We have a lot of these detentions, and we have not received information from the police or gendarmerie, they are generally not comment on. If in the case of the detained Russians such information would be brought to us and the Governor see fit to release it, it will be done. But so far none of the reviews we have,» — said the Agency interlocutor.

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