Tuesday, August 9, 2016

Russian President Putin And Turkish President Erdogan Meet To Repair Relations

The Guardian: Erdoğan and Putin discuss closer ties in first meeting since jet downing

Turkish president holds talks in St Petersburg with Russian counterpart, thanking him for support in wake of last month’s coup attempt

Vladimir Putin and Recep Tayyip Erdoğan held a clear-the-air summit in St Petersburg on Tuesday, the first time the pair have met since they fell out over the Russian fighter jet downed by the Turkish air force last November. After more than three hours of talks, the two leaders promised to return their economic relations to “pre-crisis” levels and attempt to put the bad blood of the past nine months behind them.

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More News On Russian President Putin And Turkish President Erdogan Meeting To Repair Relations

Putin and Erdogan move toward repairing Russia-Turkey ties -- Reuters
Erdogan meets with Putin for first time since Russian warplane downed -- AP
Russian, Turkish Leaders Pledge To Restore Bilateral Ties -- RFE
Turkey and Russia agree to mend tense ties -- Al Jazeera
Erdogan in Russia to mend bilateral ties with Putin -- DW
Turkish President Meets Vladimir Putin in 1st Trip Since Failed Coup Attempt -- ABC News
Russia, Turkey pledge to put ties back on track -- Daily Hurriyet News
Turkey ready to transit Russian natural gas to Europe via Turkish Stream pipeline - Erdogan -- RT
Erdogan says glad to receive Putin’s call after Turkey coup attempt -- TASS
Turkey, Russia reinstating $100 billion bilateral trade target: Erdogan -- Reuters
Putin Wants to Restore Full Ties with Turkey -- VOA
Putin offers Turkey's Erdogan closer ties -- BBC
Putin: Ankara Makes Positive Decision on Resuming Akkuyu, Turkish Stream -- Spuitnik
Putin says his talks with Erdogan were constructive and important -- TASS
Putin: Russia, Turkey want to restore bilateral relations -- TASS
Erdogan Exclusive: New page in Russia-Turkey relations -- TASS
Turkey’s Erdogan pivots to Putin as tensions rise with the West -- Andrew Roth and Erin Cunningham, Washington post
What's behind the Turkey-Russia reset? -- Dimitar Bechev, Al Jazeera

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