Near the building of the Turkish Embassy in Moscow held a protest against the actions of the Turkish air force shot down a Russian aircraft su-24. The action was attended by several hundred people who threw the Embassy with bottles, stones, eggs and paint cans, reports the correspondent of Russian service of BBC.
The protestors managed to knock the building has several Windows. The police tried to prevent hooligans and not had any detentions. According to the BBC, some of the Embassy staff received minor injuries.
Before the building of the diplomatic mission, located in the 7th Rostovsky lane, came more than 600 people. The protesters held in hand posters with inscriptions «stab in the back», «don’t go to Turkey». Many of them had a photo of the way the moment the plane explode in the sky, and his arms tied black ribbons.