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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has invited Russian President Vladimir Putin and Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky to Ankara to discuss and resolve differences.
This was announced by the press secretary of the Administration of the President of Turkey Ibrahim Kalin during the discussions on “Possible impact of tensions between Russia and Ukraine on Europe and NATO,” said Anadolu .
Kalin said that Ankara is ready to play any possible role in reducing tensions between Moscow and Kiev, emphasizing that the consequences of Russia’s military operation against Ukraine will be great and irreversible.
He also added that there are no quick solutions to such long-term geopolitical problems.
“(Erdogan) even invited them (the presidents of Russia and Ukraine) to come to Turkey and hold a meeting there to resolve problems and differences. Turkey is ready to play any possible role to reduce tensions between Russia and Ukraine. We are doing this as a friend. Russia and Ukraine, and as an ally in NATO”, said a spokesman for the Turkish president.
He also said that Erdogan would pay a visit to Ukraine in the coming weeks, where he would meet with President Zelensky.