Publish dateThursday 8 September 2022 - 10:37
Story Code : 258311
Erdogan: West
The Turkish president has accused Western countries of provocative behavior against Russia and said that as long as Western countries continue their provocative war efforts, they cannot achieve desirable results.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA): Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan accused the West of provocative behavior against Russia in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, and said that the West is trying to start a provocative war.
Erdogan added: "I can clearly say that I don't think the current attitude of the West is correct. The West follows a policy based on provocation.
The president of Turkey said these words in response to a journalist who asked a question about the European energy crisis.
He participated in this press conference with his Serbian counterpart Aleksandar Vucic.
Erdogan added: "As long as the West tries to launch such a provocative war, it cannot achieve the desired results."
The President of Turkey, who has taken the initiative of peace negotiations between Russia and Ukraine in recent months, has announced in this meeting that his country has always maintained (balance and balance between Russia and Ukraine).
He stated that if Turkey provides drones to Kiev, it will simultaneously refuse to join Western sanctions against Russia.
This is despite the fact that a few weeks ago, an agreement for the export of Ukrainian grain was reached between Russia and Ukraine with the mediation of Turkey.
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