MOSCOW, Aug 5 (Reuters) – Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan agreed on Friday to spice up cooperation within the shipping, agriculture, finance and development industries, they stated in a joint observation after a four-hour assembly.
Turkey mediated a deal signed by means of Ukraine, Russia and the United Nations in Istanbul closing month underneath which grain exports from Ukraine’s Black Sea ports resumed after months of being blocked.
In the observation, Putin and Erdogan wired the desire for “the full implementation of the Istanbul agreement, including the unimpeded export of Russia’s grain, fertiliser and raw materials for their production.”
The two leaders additionally agreed to modify a part of the bills for Russian fuel to roubles, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Novak instructed journalists after the talks.
The two additionally “reaffirmed their determination to act in coordination and solidarity in the fight against all terrorist organizations” in Syria.
Ankara has performed more than one operations in northern Syria since 2016, seizing masses of kilometres of land and focused on the Kurdish YPG armed forces, in spite of opposition from Moscow.