Russia and Turkey

Turkey halts flights to 46 more countries

Turkey expanded the flight suspensions to another 46 countries in fight against coronavirus pandemic, the Transport and Infrastructure Ministry announced on Saturday, Anadolu Agency reports. In a statement, the ministry said Turkey will …

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Why new Russia-Turkey deal on Idlib matters

A new deal between Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan to bring an end to fighting in Idlib puts the saga over this issue on standby. In recent weeks, Russian-Turkish …

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Putin speaks to Assad about new Idlib agreement

Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad expressed his gratitude to Russian President Vladimir Putin for his great support in combating terrorist groups and the efforts made to guarantee Syria’s sovereignty, during a telephone conversation between …

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What should be expected from Putin-Erdogan meeting?

The Kremlin has officially confirmed that tomorrow Vladimir Putin will meet with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who will pay a working visit to Russia. The leaders of the two countries will discuss the problems of the Syrian settlement, …

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Erdogan to visit Russia on March 5

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will visit Russia on March 5, the Turkish presidency said in a statement. "The president is due to pay a one-day visit to Russia on March 5," the statement reads. …

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Russia's Sputnik Says Turkey Editor-in-Chief Released

Istanbul police on Sunday released the editor-in-chief of the Turkish edition of Sputnik, the Russian news website said, as tensions escalated between Ankara and Moscow, The Moscow Times reported. Sputnik Turkey's editor-in-chief …

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Expert named key to solving the Idlib problem

In order to resolve the Idlib conflict new proposals should be made at the negotiating table, Turkish expert Hassan Selim Ozertem said in an interview with Vestnik Kavkaza. "Since the beginning of February, Turkey has been …

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Putin, Erdogan may hold talks in Moscow on March 5 or 6

The presidents of Russia and Turkey, Vladimir Putin and Recep Tayyip Erdogan, could hold a meeting in Moscow on March 5 or 6, Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov said, TASS reported. "The issue of a possible summit meeting was indeed …

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