Ukraine, Erdogan to Putin: “Let’s meet in person in 3-4 days”

The Turkish leader reiterates: “Ready to mediate for peace”

The Turkish president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, has invited his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, to meet in person “in 3-4 days” in Kazakhstan. Speaking with reporters about a possible meeting with the head of the Kremlin, Erdogan – reports the website of the Turkish presidency – said that “it would be positive if we could have a detailed meeting on our bilateral relations in 3-4 days”.



“If Putin can also participate in the Asian talks, we will be able to hold bilateral talks, as well as negotiations on the Russia-Ukraine issue,” said Erdogan, referring to the Conference on Interaction and Confidence-Building Measures in Asia scheduled in Kazakhstan on 12 and 13 October.

Erdogan then reiterated to Putin that Turkey is “ready” to do “its part” for a “peaceful solution” more than seven months have passed since the Russian invasion of Ukraine. the Turkish news agency Anadolu reported it, after news that had anticipated a new telephone conversation between the Turkish leader and the Russian president on the day of the latter’s 70th birthday. Colloquium, writes Anadolu, dedicated to bilateral relations and developments in Ukraine.



Source-www.adnkronos.com