Erdogan offered Putin to hold a meeting with Zelensky in Turkey — UNIAN

According to Erdoğan, what is important now is the effective implementation of the plan and the transformation of the positive atmosphere into concrete steps before returning to negotiations in Istanbul.

President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan / photo UNIAN

The President of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, once again proposed to the head of the Kremlin, Volodymyr to Putin to meet with the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyi.

It is reported Hurriyet. According to Erdoğan, what is important now is the effective implementation of the plan and the transformation of the positive atmosphere into concrete steps before returning to negotiations in Istanbul.

“I emphasize from the beginning that there will be no winner in the war in Ukraine. Despite the difficulties on the ground, I also firmly believe that the crisis will be resolved at the negotiating table. I once again reminded Mr. Putin that we can accept his meeting with Mr. Zelensky . We will continue to develop our dialogue with our Black Sea neighbor, Russia, in all areas to contribute to regional and global peace,” he said.

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As UNIAN reported, the Kremlin considers the President of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, as mediator for peace negotiations with Ukraine. However, Moscow does not plan to ease the conditions for a truce with Kyiv.

The Russian authorities also turned to Turkey for help evasion of sanctions in the banking, energy and industrial sectors.

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