Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan told reporters on the plane after returning from Uzbekistan that Turkey was trying to figure out how to “open a corridor of peace.”
About it writes RIA Novosti.
“Russia is not an ordinary state, it is a powerful state. Of course, the West, led by the United States, attacks Russia almost without restraint. In the face of all this, Russia, of course, is resisting,” the Turkish president said.
Erdogan noted that, for its part, Turkey is trying to figure out how to “open a corridor of peace.” Adding that the best way to do this might be from dialogue to peace.
“In the next two or three days, I intend to hold talks with my Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin and find out what steps Russia plans to take in this direction,” the Turkish leader said.
In addition, Erdogan is going to talk to Vladimir Zelensky.
“And we will look for ways to see if this mediation will lead us to peace,” he concluded.
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