The surviving pilot of a Russian jet downed by Turkey has said there were no warnings before they were struck out of the sky, it’s reported.

Captain Konstantin Murakhtin told a Russian TV station that his plane was flying over Syrian territory and did not violate Turkish airspace.

Speaking for the first time since the incident yesterday, the pilot said he knew the region like the back of his hand and “couldn’t possibly have flown into Turkish airspace”.

Mr Murakhtin was rescued early on Wednesday by Russian and Syrian commando and was speaking in televised comments from the Russian Hemeimeem air base in Syria.

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