Erdogan invited Putin to organize negotiations between Russia, Ukraine and the UN

The Kremlin said the leaders discussed the transit of goods through the Azov and Black Seas, including grain. Erdogan is also due to have a telephone conversation with Zelensky on May 30

Recep Tayyip Erdogan

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan invited his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin to organize a meeting of representatives of Russia, Ukraine and the UN in Istanbul. He said this in a telephone conversation with the President of Russia, reports Haber Global.

Erdogan also called for steps to be taken to minimize the negative consequences of hostilities and build confidence between the parties.

The Kremlin report on the talks says that the emphasis in the conversation was on ensuring safe navigation in the Black and Azov Seas and eliminating mine threat. Putin said that Russia is ready to facilitate the transit of goods in coordination with Turkey, including grain.

Earlier, the Turkish president announced that he would talk to both Putin and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on May 30.



Ankara has repeatedly offered to help organize Russian-Ukrainian talks, including at the highest level. So far, the only meeting of representatives of Moscow and Kyiv in Turkey took place at the end of March. Then in Istanbul, Ukraine presented its proposals for a peace agreement and security guarantees, but later Kyiv moved away from the Istanbul document and discussions between the parties began to move slowly. In mid-May, the Russian Foreign Ministry, and later the office of the Ukrainian president, announced the suspension of the negotiation process. Putin noted that Ukraine sabotaged the negotiations.

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Zelensky considers meetings at the delegation level ineffective and advocates direct negotiations with the Russian president. According to him, Putin— he is the only Russian politician he is willing to meet. Zelensky also advocated joining the UN in the prisoner exchange. The Kremlin said that the meeting of the presidents needed the preliminary work of delegations.

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