The Turkish Prime Minister has congratulated his armed forces after they shot down a Syrian plane, saying: "If you violate our border, our slap will be hard."
Recep Tayyip Erdogan said the plane violated Turkish air space and added: "I congratulate firstly our Chief of General Staff, and our pilots. I congratulate our Air Forces."
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