Erdogan says Ukraine “deserves” to be a member of NATO

The United States has warned that the former Soviet republic will “not unite” after the alliance’s July 11-12 summit in Lithuania.

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Ukraine “Deserves” to join NATOTurkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan considered it Friday, after a meeting in Istanbul with his Ukrainian counterpart Volodymyr Zelensky.

Ukraine wants to join the military organization, but the United States warned on Friday that the former Soviet republic “will not join NATO” after the alliance’s July 11-12 summit in Vilnius (Lithuania).

Erdogan also announced that Russian President Vladimir Putin will visit Türkiye “next month” She considered that Moscow and how «They must return to the peace negotiations«.

The Turkish head of state also expressed his desire to prolong the agreement to allow the export of Ukrainian grain, which was reached in July 2022 and under the auspices of the United Nations and Turkey.

We have considered how we can prolong the agreement [de exportación de granos ucranianos] After July 17th. “Maybe we hope to review it every three months,” Erdogan said during a joint press conference with Zelensky.

“We’ve talked about it. [con el presidente ucraniano] Tonight I hope to talk about it with him [Putin] next month “.

However, Russia recently announced that it sees no “reason” to prolong the agreement.

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