Erdogan, Putin hold phone conversation: Situation in Ukraine discussed

Source : 112 Ukraine

Russian president accuses Ukraine of continuing destructive line aimed at "disrupting" Minsk agreements
21:03, 3 December 2021


Russian President Vladimir Putin phoned his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan. In particular, the leaders discussed the situation in Ukraine. This was reported on the Kremlin website.

Putin stressed the importance of full compliance with the 2015 Minsk package and other agreements, including in the Normandy format.

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"The President of Russia drew attention to the fact that Kyiv continues the destructive line aimed at disrupting the Minsk agreements, as evidenced by the provocative activity of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the conflict zone, including the use of Bayraktar drones," the statement said.

The presidents also discussed the events in Syria, Libya and the Caucasus. In addition, the leaders touched upon the topic of bilateral relations.

Meanwhile, the talks between US and Russian Presidents Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin may take place on December 7.

The final date is not agreed yet. However, according to Russian media, the meeting of the two presidents is likely to be held in the format of a video link.

"Their conversation (probably via videoconferencing) may take place as early as next week. December 7 is being discussed but the date has not been finally agreed,” the message says.

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