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The meeting of the Presidents of Russia and Turkey confirms the special relations between the countries

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According to the expert, the meeting of Tayyip Erdogan and Vladimir Putin in Sochi confirms the special relations between Turkey and Russia.


The upcoming talks between the Presidents of Turkey and Russia in Sochi on August 5Recep Tayyip Erdogan andVladimir Putin, which will be the second face-to-face meeting of the leaders of the two countries over the past month, testify to the special nature of relations between the two countries. This opinion was expressed to TASS on Thursday by the director of the Turkish Foreign Policy InstituteHussein Bagji.

"Turkey and Russia have a special relationship, so the leaders of the two countries often communicate. If there is a need for new negotiations, it means that the parties have something to say to each other," the agency interlocutor said.

In his opinion, unlike Tehran, whereTayip Erdogan andVladimir Putin met on July 19 on the sidelines of the Astana Troika summit, in Sochi both presidents will be able to "calmly discuss issues on the bilateral agenda, as well as regional and global problems." "This will be a dialogue within the framework of bilateral relations, without reference to international meetings, such meetings are more productive," the expert noted.

In negotiationsTayyip Erdogan andVladimir Putin, as expected in Ankara, is scheduled to discuss bilateral relations, mainly in the trade and economic sphere, the implementation of a "food deal" for the export of grain from the ports of Ukraine and the possible export of agricultural products and fertilizers from the Russian Federation by sea, prospects for resolving the Ukrainian crisis, a new military operation that Turkey plans to conduct in northern Syria.

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