Russian President Vladimir Putin discussed the summit he will hold in Sochi with President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan tomorrow and the latest developments in Nagorno-Karabakh at the Russian Security Council meeting.
According To A Written Statement From The Kremlin , Russian President Vladimir Putin held a video conference meeting with the permanent members of the Security Council before his meeting with President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan in Sochi tomorrow . It was noted that during the meeting, views were exchanged on Russian-Turkish relations, the situation in Nagorno-Karabakh was discussed and it was emphasized that all provisions of the tripartite agreement should be fulfilled urgently.
Kremlin Spokesman Dmitriy Peskov also mentioned the shipment of Ukrainian grain in his statement to the journalists on the agenda. Talking about the functioning of the mechanism coordinated by Russia, Ukraine and the United Nations ( UN ), Including Turkey, Peskov Said, “This mechanism, which was established to support the export of grain accumulated in Ukrainian ports, does not cover a one-time process. We hope it will continue to work with the same efficiency . “
Peskov stated that the agreement signed between the three countries and the UN regarding the shipment of Ukrainian grain to the world is a good example of solving the problems.“This agreement is a good example that very difficult issues can be resolved by taking into account the interests of all parties. In this case, UN Secretary General Guterres and of course Turkish President Erdogan have important contributions,” he said.