(MENAFN- Trend News Agency)
Presidents of Russia and Türkiye Vladimir Putin and Recep Tayyip
Erdogan agreed to boost the bilateral trade volume and meet mutual
expectations on energy issues, according to the joint statement of
leaders released after their meeting, Trend reports citing TASS .
'The Leaders, who conducted extensive consultations on the
issues that are on the agenda of Türkiye-Russia bilateral affairs,
agreed to increase the bilateral trade volume on a balanced basis
and to achieve designated targets; to meet one another's
expectations on the economy and energy; to take concrete steps to
boost collaboration about issues that have been pending on the
agenda of both countries for a long time, concerning sectors such
as transportation, commerce, agriculture, industry, finance,
tourism and construction,' the document reads.
'The two Leaders acknowledged the role that constructive
relations between the two countries played in the conclusion of the
Initiative on the safe transportation of grain and foodstuffs from
Ukrainian ports. The two Leaders underscored the need to ensure, in
letter and in spirit, the full implementation of the Istanbul
agreement, including the unimpeded export of Russia's grain,
fertilizer and raw materials stocks needed for its production,'
according to the statement.
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