Turkey said Russia's extension of four Ukrainian territories was a "grave infringement" of global regulation and called for talks to end the contention.
An unfamiliar service proclamation said Ankara had not perceived Russia's extension of Crimea in 2014 and held a similar position after Russia on Friday proclaimed Lugansk, Donetsk, Kherson and Zaporizhzhia part of an area after mandates were pummeled universally as a joke vote.
"Turkey didn't perceive Russia's addition of Crimea in an ill-conceived mandate in 2014 and has stressed areas of strength for its to Ukraine's regional trustworthiness, autonomy and sway on each event," the service said.
It added it dismissed the most recent extension "which is a grave infringement of the laid out standards of global regulation".
"We repeat our help to the goal of this conflict, the seriousness of which continues to develop, in view of an equitable harmony that will be arrived at through talks," the assertion added.
NATO part Turkey has attempted to remain nonpartisan all through the seven-month struggle and shunned joining Western authorizations against Russia.
Ankara is subject to Russian oil and gas while Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is quick to support exchange with Moscow as he attempts to settle the battered economy in the approach decisions next June.
Erdogan met with Russian President Vladimir Putin uninvolved of a local highest point in Uzbekistan last month.
However, Turkey is currently gauging whether to quit handling exchanges made utilizing Russia's Mir installments framework in the wake of getting rehashed alerts from the US.
Washington has expanded tension on Turkish banks and organizations to conform to Western authorizations against Russia, advance notice that Turkish substances gambled being presented to auxiliary assents themselves.