The press secretary of the Russian dictator Dmytro Peskov confirmed the plans for a bilateral meeting between Vladimir Putin and the President of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, writes rosZMI.
According to rosZMI, the Kremlin noted that the place and time of the meeting will still have to be agreed upon.
"Where it (meeting - ed.) will be and when exactly, we have to agree," Peskov said.
The Turkish publication Hürriyet reported that the President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelenskyi, and the Russian dictator, Vladimir Putin, may visit Turkey.
"Putin will make a separate special visit to Turkey. After Putin, the President of Ukraine Zelenskyi will come to Turkey," Hürriyet correspondent Hande Firat said with reference to her sources.
According to her, the President of Ukraine will visit Ankara after the inauguration of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
During these visits, which Putin and Zelenskyi will make one after the other, the course of the war and the grain agreement will be discussed, the publication notes.