Kremlin: Russia highly appreciates Erdogan’s peacemaking activities and mediation

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Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said that Russia highly appreciates President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s peace-building activities and mediation for a solution in Ukraine.

Commenting on former Turkmen President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov’s nomination of Erdogan for the Nobel Peace Prize, Peskov said, “Of course, we highly appreciate Erdogan’s efforts, his peace-building activities, his mediation services and his attitude towards the development of Russian-Turkish relations.”

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‘Poland and Slovakia’s plan to send fighter jets to Kiev is another example of NATO’s growing involvement’

Speaking about Poland and Slovakia’s plans to send fighter jets to Kiev, Peskov said, “This is another example of how all North Atlantic Alliance countries are increasing the level of their direct involvement in the conflict.”

Peskov emphasized that such deliveries of military equipment will not change the outcome of the special military operation and that all of this equipment will be destroyed during the operation, adding that the deliveries will only bring additional problems to Ukraine and the Ukrainian people.

Peskov added that Poland and Slovakia’s plans to send fighter jets to Kiev give the impression that the two countries intend to dispose of these aircraft, which are no longer needed.

‘Kiev’s unlawful actions against the church reveal once again who we are fighting against’

Referring to the Ukrainian leadership’s order to the Ukrainian Orthodox Church to leave the monastery complex in Kiev, Peskov said, “The Kiev regime’s illegal actions harassing the church once again show who Russia is fighting and what it must prevent.”


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