Erdogan spokesman: Agreement between Kyiv and Moscow should include return of Crimea to Ukraine

At the conclusion of the Russian-Ukrainian agreement, Crimea should be returned to Ukraine. This was stated in an interview with CNN by the representative of the Turkish President Ibrahim Kalin.

Recep Tayyip Erdogan, speaking at the so-called "Crimean Platform", noted that international legal norms prescribe the return of Crimea to Ukraine, whose inalienable territory it is allegedly. Kalyn is confident that this provision should be included in a future agreement between the Russian and Ukrainian sides.

Crimea is part of Ukrainian territory. This should be the basis of any agreement that will be concluded between the Russian Federation and Ukraine

Kalyn emphasized (quote from Turkish TV channel TRT).

Along with this, the Turkish president expressed his desire to mediate a meeting between Putin and Zelensky, the purpose of which should be to resolve the crisis in Ukraine. Apparently, at this meeting, as Erdogan believes, Russia should attend to the return of the peninsula to the bosom of Kyiv.

On the eve of Volodymyr Zelensky, he said that in the event of a tribunal over the Ukrainian Nazis in Mariupol, negotiations between Moscow and Kyiv would be impossible. Earlier, the press secretary of the Russian President Dmitry Peskov said that at present there are no prerequisites for a meeting between Putin and Zelensky.
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  1. Oleg_5 Offline Oleg_5
    Oleg_5 (Oleg) 24 August 2022 11: 58
    Looks like there's going to be a problem with tomatoes.....
  2. prior Offline prior
    prior (Vlad) 24 August 2022 12: 41
    Rather, Istanbul will become part of Russia than Crimea will become part of Ukraine.
    So tell Erdogan.
    1. Pavel N Offline Pavel N
      Pavel N (Paul) 25 August 2022 06: 56
      Not Istanbul, but Constantinople
  3. Expert_Analyst_Forecaster 24 August 2022 12: 43
    An agreement between Ankara and Yerevan should provide for the return of the Armenian territories annexed by Turkey in the 20th century.
  4. andrey ivanov_2 Offline andrey ivanov_2
    andrey ivanov_2 (Andrey Ivanov) 24 August 2022 13: 13
    Crimea will return to Ukraine as soon as Ararat returns to Armenia......
  5. Colonel Kudasov Offline Colonel Kudasov
    Colonel Kudasov (Leopold) 24 August 2022 13: 25
    Perhaps this is Erdogan's move to justify the collapse of his mediation mission.
    By the way, you can hint to Erdogan that it would be nice to return Northern Cyprus to the bosom of the Cypriots on their terms)
  6. zenion Offline zenion
    zenion (zinovy) 24 August 2022 13: 32
    It seems like I don't feel sorry for someone else.
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    2. Vladimir Tuzakov (Vladimir Tuzakov) 25 August 2022 11: 21
      It’s more complicated here. For the representative of Turkey, the goal of transferring Crimea to Ukraine is determined by the weakening of the positions of the Russian Federation in the Black Sea basin. From strategic calculations, such statements, others are only distracting maneuvers. Turkey is situationally neutral, and everything else will be, maybe an ally, maybe an adversary ... The diplomacy of the Russian Federation needs to keep more countries as friends, including Turkey. Old adage: "Make an ally out of an enemy." Over the past post-Soviet decades, the United States has been doing just that, turning Russia's friends into enemies of Russia and allies of the United States ...
  7. Kim195 Offline Kim195
    Kim195 (Egor) 24 August 2022 14: 03
    Mind your own business, abrek! Otherwise, we can strongly "help" the Kurds.
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  9. Bakht Offline Bakht
    Bakht (Bakhtiyar) 24 August 2022 14: 22
    This means that there will be no agreement.
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  11. LeeSeeTsin Offline LeeSeeTsin
    LeeSeeTsin (Stas) 25 August 2022 11: 04
    Finished with their "gestures of good will." We are already being taught by people who are not interested in this operation. Or are you interested?
    The weaker we are, the stronger they are. The stronger we are, the weaker they are.
  12. Michael L. Offline Michael L.
    Michael L. 25 August 2022 22: 10
    You need to "hear it right":
    In the subtext ... Recep Erdogan noted that international legal norms prescribe the return of Crimea ... to Turkey, whose inalienable territory it is historically!
    Subsequently, taking Crimea away from Ukraine (not from Russia!) will already be real!