Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov confirmed that the visit of the Turkish president is scheduled for August 5. According to the Turkish press, this will be a one-day trip to discuss an agreement on the export of grain from Ukraine.
The head of the Kremlin press service, Dmitry Peskov, confirmed the planned visit of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to Sochi, due on August 5th. This is reported by Interfax.
According to the Turkish press, this visit will be a one-day visit.
“The meeting will indeed take place on the 5th in Sochi,” the Kremlin spokesman said. According to him, issues of a regional nature and “bilateral relations” will be discussed.
It is reported that during the upcoming visit, the topic of Russia's war in Ukraine and a number of other processes in the region will be raised.
It is assumed that the leaders of the two countries will assess how the agreement on the “grain corridor” is being implemented. A recent meeting between Erdogan and Putin took place on July 19 in Iran.
At the same time, Ukraine may suspend grain exports in the coming days. According to the head of the Ministry of Infrastructure Alexander Kubrakov, sea grain exports will be stopped if the Russian Federation continues shelling or if it poses any other threat in the Black Sea.