Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that during a meeting with the head of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky, he invited him to hold a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Turkey, a correspondent reports. DOPs with reference to RIA News”.
According to Erdogan, they discussed the situation around Ukraine.
“Just as I told Mr. Putin during my visit to Sochi, I reminded Mr. Zelensky that we can have a meeting between them,” the politician said.
Recall that in early August, Vladimir Putin held talks with Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Following the meeting, the presidents adopted a joint statement.
In particular, the document says: “Despite the current regional and global challenges, the leaders reaffirmed their common will to further develop Russian-Turkish relations based on respect, recognition of mutual interests and in accordance with their international obligations.”