Erdogan says ready to visit Moscow for Ukraine talks | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

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Erdogan says ready to visit Moscow for Ukraine talks | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

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Erdogan says ready to visit Moscow for Ukraine talks | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Friday he was ready to meet his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin in Moscow in a bid to ease soaring tensions over Ukraine.

The Kremlin has been cool to Erdogan’s past attempts at mediation because of Turkey’s supply of combat drones to Kyiv.Turkey has previously proposed hosting talks between Russian and Ukrainian officials in Istanbul under a peace format overseen by the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE).

Erdogan is expected to travel to Kyiv for talks with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in early February.“I have an upcoming visit to Ukraine,” Erdogan told reporters after Friday prayers.“In the meantime, there could be a telephone call with Mr Putin or I could visit Moscow,” he added without going into details.

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(Photo by Adem ALTAN / AFP) The Kremlin has been cool to Erdogan’s past attempts at mediation because of Turkey’s supply of combat drones to Kyiv. Turkey has previously proposed hosting talks between Russian and Ukrainian officials in Istanbul under a peace format overseen by the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE). government’s action plan. Erdogan is expected to travel to Kyiv for talks with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in early February. For two days shops have shuttered and protesters have blockaded streets in a civil disobedience campaign to protest the killing of seven people during a demonstration on Monday, one of the bloodiest days since the coup. “I have an upcoming visit to Ukraine,” Erdogan told reporters after Friday prayers.S. “In the meantime, there could be a telephone call with Mr Putin or I could visit Moscow,” he added without going into details. Which investor would commit his money into an economy where it takes 28 years to resolve an issue as simple as breach of a lease agreement? This is why something needs to be done urgently to address the rot that is currently plaguing the judiciary across the States and even in the federal judicial sector.

NATO member Turkey backs Ukraine’s ambition to join the Western defence alliance. According to Clark, getting things done in a democratic setting is not always easy, as democracy is messy and hard that no one would get all they want. Witnesses also reported the use of tear gas in the eastern Khartoum area. It never recognised Russia’s 2014 annexation of Ukraine’s Crimea peninsula and has signed several important defence contracts with Kyiv. But Erdogan also has a close working relationship with Putin despite disagreeing with the Russian leader on multiple fronts. The former governor of Abia State spoke to newsmen at the foyer of the National Assembly, just before yesterday’s plenary. He said on Thursday that he had “warm ties with both Ukraine and Russia” and would try everything possible to avert a war from breaking out. Protesters sometimes numbering in the tens of thousands — have also been regularly met by tear gas. “We want peace to prevail in our region, and for this we are ready to do anything,” he reaffirmed Friday. APC has refuted reports of its decision to suspend the national convention of the party scheduled for February 27. What is required now is for the Houses of Assembly of the States to study the decision of the Supreme Court in Pillars v Desbodes supra and proceed to amend their tenancy laws to conform with the judgment and thus remove all the technical jargons that tenants and their lawyers latch on to, to deny landlords of the reward of their sweat and labour, over the years.

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