Kremlin Spokesperson Dmitriy Peskov said in a statement regarding the details of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin on August 5, “Erdogan and Putin will discuss the work of the Joint Coordination Center in Sochi.”
Kremlin Spokesperson Dmitriy Peskov made statements regarding the bilateral meeting between President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and Russian President Vladimir Putin , who will meet in Sochi, Russia on August 5 . Reminding that as a result of the agreement signed by Turkey, Russia, Ukraine and the United Nations (UN), Ukrainian grain will reach the world market via the Black Sea, and that the parties will examine the studies in this direction from the Joint Coordination Center established in Istanbul, Peskov said that Putin and Erdogan will also work in Sochi. “Now the implementation of the grain agreement is starting and the process will continue. Of course, the meeting in Sochi will be a good opportunity to discuss this issue,” he said.
the question whether the leaders will consult on the joint production of Bayraktar drones within the framework of military and technical cooperation between Russia and Turkey, Peskov said, “Military-technical cooperation between the two countries is constantly on our agenda. “It shows that our relations are fully developed. During the last contacts between the two presidents, military-technical cooperation issues were also touched upon. In this framework, military-technical cooperation issues will be discussed between the leaders in Sochi as usual,” he said.
Evaluating the fact that the Russian oil company Gazprom has reduced it to around 31 million cubic meters due to the repair and maintenance works on the gas turbine engines shipped to Europe via the Nord Stream pipeline, Peskov stated that the maintenance on the pipeline was prolonged due to the embargoes of Europe and said, “To ensure supply, “We know that the technical possibilities are decreasing. The maintenance work of various units continues. The restrictions imposed by Europe prevent the supply of the necessary parts for these maintenances and the completion of the maintenance and prevent routine maintenance,” he said.
Defending that Russia is pumping gas to Europe as much as possible through this pipeline, Peskov said, “Gazprom pumps gas to Europe as much as possible. Gazprom is and will continue to be a reliable guarantor for the fulfillment of all obligations. However, European sanctions “We cannot guarantee gas pumping if imported parts are not supplied due to