Putin after talks with Erdogan met with Kadyrov
Earlier, Kadyrov said that he personally met Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu and the head of the national intelligence organization
After talks with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Russian leader Vladimir Putin met with Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said, TASS reports.
According to him, they discussed the state of affairs in Chechnya and issues of socio-economic development of the region.
Earlier, Kadyrov said that during the talks between Putin and Erdogan, he personally met Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu and head of the Turkish national intelligence organization Hakan Fidan. “We had an informal rich and productive conversation, during which we came to a common opinion on the need to establish close cooperation between Turkey and the Chechen Republic on various issues,” — wrote the head of Chechnya in Telegram, adding that he had accepted an invitation to visit Turkey from “distinguished guests”.
Negotiations between the Turkish and Russian presidents took place on August 5 in Sochi, the meeting lasted a little over four hours. As a result, the parties agreed to transfer part of the payment for Russian gas supplies to Turkey into rubles, to defend the sovereignty of Libya and the territorial integrity of Syria, and to fight terrorism on its territory together. The presidents also agreed to deepen cooperation in many sectors of the economy. In addition, Putin and Erdogan noted the need to implement the Istanbul agreements on the export of grain from Ukrainian ports.
At the end of July, Erdogan said that Putin, in a conversation with him, expressed a desire to establish cooperation with the drone manufacturer Bayraktar. Peskov, in response to a question from journalists, said that Russia is already cooperating with Turkey in the military-technical sphere, and Putin will discuss issues related to it at talks with Erdogan in Sochi. The Kremlin spokesman did not give a specific answer to the question of whether Moscow wants to cooperate with the manufacturer of combat drones. The talk about Bayraktar was not mentioned in the joint statement of the presidents. Peskov said that this topic was not touched upon during the meeting.
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