Presidents of Russia and Ukraine Vladimir Putin and Vladimir Zelensky may come to Turkey for talks with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who won the presidential election, after his inauguration, Hürriyet journalist Hande Firat said. According to her, the Russian leader will visit Ankara with a "separate and special visit."
Firat specified that Zelensky would appear in Turkey after Putin's visit.
During these visits of Putin and Zelensky, which will take place one after another, the course of the Ukrainian conflict and the grain corridor will be discussed
— said the journalist.
She did not specify when these visits could take place, but it is known that Erdogan's inauguration is scheduled for June 3-4.
Firat added that during a recent telephone conversation, US President Joe Biden told Erdogan that he did not consider Western pressure on Turkey fair. After that, according to the journalist, the members of the Turkish delegation raised their heads and looked at each other.
Earlier, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, on the eve of the second round of the presidential elections, gave a long interview to CNN, in which he directly He accused Joe Biden for meddling in the Turkish elections. Erdogan told the TV channel that Biden allegedly called on the opposition to overthrow him from the presidency.