A Turkish opposition leader on Tuesday slammed Russian state TV broadcasts of a video allegedly showing Turkey’s president being kept waiting by his Russian counterpart before a meeting last week.

“If Russia’s administration intentionally let this be recorded and then let it be broadcast, this is undoubtedly insolence, misbehavior, and disrespect,” Devlet Bahceli, the leader of Nationalist Movement Party (MHP), told his party’s parliamentary group in the capital Ankara.

In the video broadcast by Russian state TV, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his delegation are shown allegedly kept waiting around two minutes before meeting with President Vladimir Putin

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