Turkey supports Ukraine in countering Russian aggression

Source : 112 Ukraine

Poroshenko, Davutoglu met in Davos, discussed occupation of Donbas and Crimea
12:30, 21 January 2016

President Poroshenko and Turkish Premier Ahmet Davutoglu met in Davos in Switzerland during the ongoing World Economic Forum. The officials discussed, first of all, preparations for the forthcoming fifth meeting of Ukraine-Turkey Strategic Council, as well as other bilateral events slated for 2016.

Poroshenko and Davutoglu exchanged views on the occupation of Crimea and part of Donbas. The Turkish Prime Minister confirmed the stable support of his country regarding Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity. The parties agreed that returning the Russian-occupied Crimea to Ukraine will not only restore the official status of the peninsula, but also stop human rights violations by the occupant regime.

The sides also discussed matters related to Russia’s economic aggression against their respective states. “The negotiators said that the restrictions imposed by the Russian Federation are not just groundless, but also they contradict norms of the international law and Russia’s commitments before the WTO”, reads the message at the website of the presidential press service.   

Related: Ukrainian Airlines will double flights between Ukraine and Turkey

Related: Ukraine offers condolences to Turkey due to tragedy in Istanbul

Related: Turkey might become new market for Ukraine

Система Orphus

If you find an error, highlight the desired text and press Ctrl + Enter, to tell about it

see more