President Recep Tayyip Erdogan had a telephone conversation with Russian President Vladimir Putin. During the meeting, regional issues were also discussed, especially developments between Azerbaijan and Armenia and Turkey’s offer of mediation in the tensions in Syria, Libya and Ukraine.
IT HAS BEEN USED BY UKRAINE COMING TO THE TOPIC FOR THE FIRST TIME
According to DW’s Turkish-Russian news agency TASS; The Bayraktar SİHA used in Ukraine were also reported to be on the agenda for the first time in the phone call between President Erdogan and Putin today.
Accused of TAKING PROVOCATIONAL MILITARY ACTIONS
Russian leader Putin was reported to have expressed his displeasure at the Bayraktar SİHA used by Ukraine in his meeting with Erdogan. Putin accused Ukraine of engaging in “provocative” military actions, such as “the use of Bayraktar armed drones” against pro-Russian forces in the east of the country. Putin emphasized that the Ukrainian administration violated the Minsk agreements reached to end the conflicts in the east of the country and followed a destructive attitude. During the meeting, the Russian leader also stressed that the Kiev administration must abandon its attempts to use military force in the Donbas region in the east of the country.
According to the Kremlin statement, Putin also informed Erdogan about the meeting he held with Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev and Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan on November 26 in Sochi. In the statement that the request for information came from Erdogan, it was noted that “during the talks, Baku and Yerevan declared their willingness to cooperate in the context of ensuring stability in the region and establishing demarcation mechanisms between the two states, and this is of great importance. ”
In the Kremlin statement, the trade between Azerbaijan and Armenia, economy It was also said that he was willing to solve everyday problems in areas such as transportation and transportation. Cooperation in energy and agriculture At the Putin-Erdogan meeting, it was stated that cooperation in the areas of energy and agriculture between the two countries was also on the agenda, and the two leaders agreed to instruct the relevant units to begin preparations for the Next The meeting of the Turkey-Russia High-Level Cooperation Council to be held early next year was recorded.
The demonstrations began in Kiev, the capital of Ukraine, on November 21, 2013, after President Viktor Yanukovych failed to sign the European Union (EU) Association Agreement. After Yanukovych fled the country in February 2014 after protests escalated, pro-Russian separatists declared their supposed independence in the cities of Donetsk and Lugansk in the eastern part of the country. More than 13,000 people have lost their lives in clashes between separatists and the Kiev government since 2014.
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