Presidents of Ukraine and Turkey discussed important issues
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President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky thanked Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan for the country’s participation in the Crimean Platform.
He stated this at a briefing broadcast by the Ukraine 24 TV channel.
“I am grateful to Mr. President for the firm and consistent support of our sovereignty and territorial integrity, for Turkey’s active participation in the Crimean Platform to liberate Crimea and protect the rights of Crimeans,” he said.
According to the President of Ukraine, we are talking about supporting the Crimean Tatars and building housing for IDPs from Crimea.
“There really is progress in this matter. We are convinced that there will soon be a result, namely the implementation of this important project in Kherson, Nikolaev and Kiev,” Zelensky said.
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Before the meeting
On January 20, 2021, the President of Turkey proposed to organize a face-to-face meeting between the Presidents of Ukraine and Russia, Vladimir Zelensky and Vladimir Putin, in his country. He noted that he would continue to maintain contacts with Putin “to ensure peace and stability in the region.”
On January 27, Erdogan said that Turkey would fulfill its obligations under NATO if there was a Russian invasion of Ukraine. According to him, “Turkey has always supported the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Ukraine.”
Recall, the President of Ukraine expressed gratitude to the Turkish leader for offering assistance in resolving the conflict in Donbas.
“For peace, we are ready to do everything possible on all platforms and in all formats. It doesn’t matter where we end the war, the main thing is that everyone is sincerely ready for this,” he said.
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