Putin and Erdogan Discuss Prisoners, Gas and Grain
President Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan Talked on the phone about the exchange of casualties in Ukraine. building a gas hub in Turkey and the export of grain from the Black Sea. The Kremlin said on Monday.
“Exchanges of views on the situation in Ukraine continue,” the Kremlin said, raising questions about prisoner exchanges between Russia and Ukraine. Following talks between human rights commissioners from the two countries in Turkey last week,
“Vladimir Putin draws attention to the destructive lines of the Kiev regime. which relies on a more intense fighting with the support of Western supporters. increase the amount of transfers of arms and equipment,” the Kremlin said at a news conference.
There were discussions on Ukraine’s grain exports from Black Sea ports and how to unlock fertilizer and food exports from Russia, Erdogan and Putin also discussed energy, the Kremlin said.
“One of the priorities is cooperation in the energy sector. including Russian natural gas supply and the creation of a regional gas hub in Turkey,” the Kremlin said.
They also discussed normalizing Turkish-Syrian relations.