Putin: “There is much to be done”

President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, who met with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the G20 Summit in China, thanked the Russian leader for the resumption of charter flights.

The meeting between Putin and Erdogan, who are in Hangzhou, China for the G20 Summit, started at 18:10 on Saturday.

Speaking during the meeting open to the press, Putin said, “In our last telephone conversation, you said that the decisions taken earlier were implemented slower than expected. In particular, you said that the agreement on charter flights has not been fulfilled. As you can see, the Russian government signed a decree lifting the ban on August 28 and the first charter plane carrying Russian tourists flew to Turkey.”

“Yes, indeed, charter flights started yesterday and the first plane arrived in Turkey,” Erdogan replied to Putin and thanked the Russian leader.

PUTIN: MUCH REMAINS TO BE DONE FOR FULL COOPERATION

Noting that there is a lot to be done for the full-scale resumption of cooperation between the two countries, Putin said that they will discuss these issues with Erdoğan today. Erdoğan, on the other hand, stated that the issues in the field of energy will be discussed. Recalling that some progress has been made in the energy field, the President emphasized that there are steps to be taken to go even further. The two leaders met in St. Petersburg on August 9 and spoke on the phone on August 26.

Source:www.turkrus.com

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