The Turkish leader called the terms in which the negotiations should take place
Erdogan announced tripartite talks. / Photo: Collage: Today
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will hold a telephone conversation with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and Russian President Vladimir Putin. Trilateral talks could take place next week.
Erdogan said this at a press conference following the NATO summit, News.az reports.
According to him, telephone conversations will take place at the end of this or next week.
“The release of grain from Ukrainian ports will be discussed with Putin and Zelensky,” Erdogan said.
Also Anadolu Agency informsthat Erdogan announced the continuation of the organization of a meeting between the leaders of Ukraine and Russia.
Ukraine confirmed preparations for negotiations on grain export
Ukraine welcomed the efforts of the UN Secretary-General to resolve the issue of grain exports from Ukrainian seaports blocked by Russia.
According to Foreign Ministry spokesman Oleg Nikolenko, expert consultations between the parties concerned are currently ongoing.
“Concrete agreements on holding quadripartite talks with the participation of Ukraine, Russia, Turkey and the UN have not yet been reached. Security issues remain a fundamental element of the Ukrainian position,” Nikolenko said on June 22.
Recall that Indonesian President Joko Widodo, who visited first in Kyiv and then in Moscow, conveyed a message from President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky to the international criminal Vladimir Putin.
We also wrote that German Chancellor Olaf Scholz said that Russian President Vladimir Putin still believes in the possibility of imposing favorable conditions for ending the war.