Kremlin: Putin and Erdogan will discuss military-technical cooperation with the Joint Coordination Center

The Kremlin said that at the meeting of the leaders of Russia and Turkey on August 5, an exchange of views will take place on the work of the Joint Coordination Center, as well as on issues of military-technical cooperation between the two countries.

The announcement was made in a statement by Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov, who expects the meeting between Russian Presidents Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Sochi, Russia on August 5 next year to include an exchange of views on work. Joint coordinating center for the export of Ukrainian grain in Istanbul and to what extent the work of the center is compatible with the agreements concluded between Russia and Ukraine in the presence of Turkey and the UN on grain.

Peskov also said that Putin and Erdogan would discuss the issue of military-technical cooperation, but did not answer the question of whether the discussion of cooperation with the production company Baykar Makina is on the agenda of the rallies.

“Military-technical cooperation between the two countries is constantly on the agenda, and the fact that our interaction is developing in this sensitive area indicates that the entire range of our relations as a whole is at a very high level,” Peskov said, emphasizing that “Recent contacts between the two leaders, which included the topic of military-technical cooperation in its various dimensions.

Source: TASS

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