Turkey Wants ‘Peace Corridor’ Between Ukraine & Russia

Ankara: Turkey is trying to open a peace dialogue between Ukraine and Russia.

“The West, especially the US, is attacking Russia almost without limits. Against all this, of course, Russia is putting up resistance,” said Turkey’s President Erdogan.

Ankara is working on the establishment of “a peace corridor” in the same way that it had made it possible for the grain corridor from Ukraine to resume, the President told.

“We think the best way to achieve peace is through a path of dialogue. But for now, the most important thing for us is to operate the grain corridor seriously,” Erdogan stated.

The Turkish President added it would be wrong to put a time limit on the Black Sea Grain Initiative. The initiative allows the export of Ukrainian grain and other agricultural products from Black Sea ports.

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