After their meeting in Sochi, Presidents of Russia Vladimir Putin and Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan jointly decided to increase trade volumes, meet halfway in economy and energy, and take steps for cooperation in the fields of trade, transport, tourism and agriculture. Joint statement from politicians
“The leaders of both countries held extensive consultations on the bilateral agenda of Russian-Turkish relations and agreed on the following: to increase the bilateral trade volume on a balanced basis and to achieve the set goals; to meet the expectations of the other party in the fields of economy and energy”.
He also noted that the countries are ready to take concrete steps to increase cooperation on issues that have been on the agenda of both sides for a long time. In particular, they dealt with transportation, trade, agriculture, industry, finance, tourism and construction.
It was previously reported that Putin and Erdogan. accepted After more than four hours of talks in Sochi, a joint statement was made.
After the meeting, the heads of state agreed to partially pay Russia’s gas supplies to Turkey in rubles.
They also agreed to hold the next meeting of the High Level Cooperation Council in Turkey.