Zelensky in Turkey to Discuss War and Defense with Erdogan, Will Visit Shipyards

Volodymyr Zelensky in Turkey will meet with Recep Tayyip Erdogan to discuss the war, defense projects, and the grain agreement

Volodymyr Zelensky
Volodymyr Zelensky, illustrative photo / t.me/OP_UA

On Friday, March 8, Volodymyr Zelensky arrived in Turkey on a working visit to discuss with Recep Tayyip Erdogan the situation in the war between Russia and Ukraine, the prospects of the Black Sea Grain Initiative, the release of Ukrainian hostages, and bilateral relations issues.

This was reported in the official Telegram channel of the Office of the President of Ukraine.

Advertisement

As part of the visit, Zelensky will also engage in defense projects, including the construction of corvettes for the Ukrainian navy and meetings with representatives of the Turkish defense industry.

Upon arrival, the Ukrainian delegation was greeted by high-ranking Turkish officials and military personnel.

It was previously reported that a special envoy from China Li Hui held a meeting with representatives of Ukraine, where issues of peaceful settlement in the country, the exchange of prisoners of war, and the protection of citizens' rights were addressed.

Advertisement
Reminder:

Comments
Read also
British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak

Rishi Sunak plans to announce £3 billion in military aid to Ukraine during an official visit to Poland

Пожар в Копенгагене

In Copenhagen, the historic 17th-century exchange building is on fire; locals are trying to save artworks

chat
17
Sydney police car

Sydney police are investigating an attack at Bondi Shopping Center where five people were killed. Possible link to terrorism

chat
20
Peter Pellegrini

Pellegrini won the Slovak presidential election, receiving 53.12% of the votes against 46.87% for Korchok

chat
74
Volodymyr Zelensky

In the conversation between Zelensky and Kishida, issues of security, financial aid from Japan, and sanctions against Russia were raised

chat
104
Mark Miller - Minister of Immigration

Canada will conclude the simplified reception program for Ukrainians (CUAET), but will remain flexible on migration issues - Mark Miller

chat
120
Daniel Hagari

Israel accuses Iran of escalating conflict on four fronts, threatening long-term security in the region

chat
34
French Prime Minister Gabriel Attal

Following the terrorist attack in the Moscow region, France has declared the highest level of terrorist threat, warning of the risks of attacks

chat
57
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu

Israel rejects the delegation's trip to the USA following the UN ceasefire resolution in Gaza, active military operations are underway

chat
42
National Bank of Ukraine

Most participants of the NBU's Monetary Policy Committee forecast a reduction in the discount rate to 13-14% amid rising risks

chat
47