Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan suggested that the head of the Kremlin meet with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. Which is not the first initiative of the Turkish leader. This is stated in a statement by Erdogan, quoted by TRT Haber.
This statement was made by the Turkish president to reporters, responding to a question after a personal meeting with Putin in Sochi.
Erdogan cited the successful, in his opinion, example of negotiations in Istanbul, which led to an agreement on the "grain corridor."
"Despite the difficulties, I believe that the crisis (Russia's war against Ukraine - ed.) will be solved at the negotiating table. I once again reminded Putin that we can accept his meeting with Zelensky. We will continue our intentions," the Turkish president said.