President Erdoğan and Vladimir Putin met at G20

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President Erdoğan and Russian leader Putin met in China at the G20 summit held in China. During the meeting, which lasted about 2 hours, Putin’s joke about Hakan Fidan also made people laugh.

Regarding his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said, “By re-evaluating the issues we discussed in the talks in St. Petersburg, we will have the opportunity to discuss many very important, future-oriented, political, economic and regional issues.” .” said.

Erdoğan met with Russian President Putin at 18.10 GMT in Hangzhou, China, where he was for the G20 Leaders Summit.

Erdoğan and Putin made statements to the press before the meeting held at Shangri La Hotel.

Reminding that charter flights from Russia started yesterday, Erdogan said, “Today, we will have the opportunity to discuss many very important, future-oriented, political, economic and regional issues by re-evaluating the issues we discussed in the talks in St. Petersburg.” made his assessment.

Stating that there are talks on energy issues and that they will have the opportunity to evaluate them, Erdogan said, “I believe that the steps we will take in this sense will make the process much stronger.” he said.

After Putin introduced the names of his delegation, President Erdoğan stated that his delegation included Deputy Prime Minister Mehmet Şimşek, Minister of Foreign Affairs Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu, Minister of Economy Nihat Zeybekci, Minister of Energy and Natural Resources Berat Albayrak and Undersecretary of MİT Hakan Fidan.

STATEMENTS OF VLADIMIR PUTIN

Russian President Vladimir Putin stated that they were pleased to see the normalization of domestic political life in Turkey and said, “We see that Turkey is going through a difficult period. It is fighting against terrorism and faces serious threats, we know this. There are significant successes in normalizing the situation in Turkey, but normalization will be faster after it is fully achieved.” We will be able to move forward somehow.” said.

President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and Russian President Putin, who met in Hangzhou, China, for the G20 Leaders Summit, made statements to journalists before the start of the meeting at the Shangri La Hotel.

Putin expressed his pleasure in meeting with President Erdoğan and said, “I am happy to discuss today how the agreements we reached during your visit to St. Petersburg were implemented. In our last phone conversation, you stated that the agreements were not fulfilled at the desired speed. Especially in our phone conversation, you mentioned that the charter flights were not fulfilled at the desired speed.” “You mentioned it. But now, we see that our government signed the relevant decision on August 28 and the first charter flight arrived in Turkey on September 3.” he said.

Stating that Russian tourists were welcomed very warmly, Putin said, “We need to work harder to restart our relations in a full format. But we will talk about this today.” he said.

Pointing out that the meeting took place with a comprehensive delegation and that energy companies, especially Gazprom, and the minister of energy were among them, Putin said that the two foreign ministers in the delegation “will have a competition on how to speak beautifully.”

“IF YOUR INTELLIGENCE DIRECTOR IS HERE…”

Putin said President Erdoğan said, “Similarly, I am here with my deputy prime minister responsible for the economy, my minister of foreign affairs, my minister of economy, my minister of energy and natural resources, my undersecretary of national intelligence and a large team.” “If you really have an intelligence director in your delegation, there is nothing left for us to talk about, he has already conveyed everything to you.” He made the joke.

Emphasizing that Turkey is going through a difficult period, Putin said, “We are pleased to see the normalization of domestic political life in Turkey. We see that Turkey is going through a difficult period. We know that it is fighting against terrorism and facing serious threats. We have already explained to each other our positions on the fight against terrorism. It is important for the normalization of the situation in Turkey.” “There are successes, but we will be able to move forward faster after normalization is fully achieved.” he said.

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