Erdogan held a telephone conversation with Putin: what was discussed

Erdogan held a telephone conversation with Putin: what was discussed

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan had a telephone conversation with Russian leader Vladimir Putin today.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan had a telephone conversation with Russian leader Vladimir Putin today.

This is reported by the agency Anatolia with reference to the Office of Communications of the Administration of the President of Turkey.

The leaders of the two countries reportedly discussed bilateral relations and regional processes with an emphasis on the “grain agreement”. Erdogan thanked Putin for his “constructive stance on extending this agreement for 120 days.”

The President of Turkey also stated that the continuation of the Russian-Ukrainian war will increase the risks, and therefore it is necessary to resume diplomatic negotiations.

According to Erdogan, the contacts of the heads of Russian and American intelligence in Turkey “play a key role in preventing uncontrolled escalation on the ground”.

As noted, regarding Putin’s proposal to create a gas hub in Turkey, Erdogan noted that the teams will conduct the necessary technical, legal and commercial assessments to achieve common goals as soon as possible.

In turn, Kremlin Speaker Dmytro Peskov added that the President of Russia has another telephone conversation scheduled today, but did not specify with whom, writes the Russian Interfax.

It will be recalled that in October, Erdogan said that he noticed Putin’s “softening of the position” on the issue of Ukraine.

In early November, Zelensky held talks with Erdogan.

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