TE24 International Desk:
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan agreed to strengthen bilateral ties at a meeting in Sochi, Russia on Friday.
According to a joint press statement issued after talks in the Black Sea resort city, Putin and Erdogan agreed to increase the volume of bilateral trade on a balanced basis to meet each other’s expectations in the economic and energy sectors.
The leaders committed to take concrete steps to enhance cooperation in areas such as transport, trade, agriculture, industry, finance, tourism and construction, the statement said.
President Putin and President Erdogan praised the grain export agreement between Russia and Ukraine signed last month in Istanbul, Turkey, and called for full implementation, including exports of Russian grain, fertilizers and raw materials. Emphasis on sex.
They also discussed the situation in Syria and Libya, the statement said.