Putin, Erdogan Stress Trust, Pledge Deeper Ties at Summit Talks | Bloomberg UK

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Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan held nearly four hours of talks Friday, as Ankara pushes for a mediating role to try to help end the war in Ukraine following the breakthrough deal on grain exports.

In a joint statement after the summit in Russia’s Sochi that pledged deeper economic cooperation, the two leaders stressed the key role of “trusting relations” between their countries for regional and international stability, according to the state-run Tass news service. Putin and Erdogan held no press conference after the meeting and the Turkish leader left Russia quickly once it ended.


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