Erdogan to discuss with Putin “the soonest achievement of a truce” in Ukraine

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Erdogan will discuss with Putin «early achievement of a truce» in Ukraine

There have been rumors in the Turkish media that Ankara will try to seat representatives of the United States and a number of European countries at the negotiating table with Russia in order to discuss the Ukrainian issue.

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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Astana on October 13 as part of the Regional Sixth Summit of the Conference on Interaction and Confidence Building Measures in Asia (CICA). According to the Turkish TV channel TRT Haber, the Turkish leader will discuss with his Russian counterpart steps to resolve the situation around Ukraine, the grain corridor, as well as events in Syria.

“President Erdogan is expected to discuss with Putin the latest situation in the Russian-Ukrainian war, Turkey's peace efforts and the grain corridor. Developments in Syria will also be discussed,” the message says.

In addition, the Turkish President Astana will meet with Alexander Lukashenko, and will also speak to the heads of state and government on the sidelines of the CICA.

Even before Erdogan's trip to Kazakhstan, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said that on the sidelines of a regional summit in Astana, the leaders of the two countries could discuss potential negotiations between Russia and the West. However, when asked whether Ankara conveyed any proposals to Moscow regarding such negotiations, Peskov replied in the negative and added that this would become known during the meeting between Erdogan and Putin.

Meanwhile, information appeared in the Turkish media that that Ankara plans to seat representatives of the United States, France, Germany and Great Britain at the negotiating table with Russia. According to journalists, this plan was allegedly transferred to Washington, where some White House officials approved it.

However, there was no confirmation of this information from American sources, even unofficial ones. In this regard, BBC observers write that even if such a plan exists, its main problem is the absence of Ukraine itself in the list of invited parties. And Kyiv not only rejects the possibility of direct negotiations with Putin, but also insists on the principle of “nothing about Ukraine without Ukraine.”

Yesterday, October 12, US President Joe Biden said that he sees no good reason to meet with President Putin at the G20 summit. The head of the White House said that the President of the Russian Federation is committing war crimes in Ukraine and therefore sees no point in meeting with him.