Russian President Vladimir Putin, during a meeting in Tehran, invited his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan to produce Bayraktar unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) in Russia. On Tuesday, July 26, CNN Turk reports.
“Putin told me that he wants to work with Baykar,” Erdogan said.
According to the Turkish leader, Putin suggested that he set up a plant in Russia, as was also recently done in the United Arab Emirates, reports Lenta.
It also became known that Erdogan plans to visit Sochi on August 5. During this time, he will have to meet with Vladimir Putin. The leaders of the two countries will discuss the situation in Ukraine and the “commodity agreement”.
Erdogan also said that the food deal will help overcome the food crisis in the world. According to him, the consequences of the world food crisis, which has reached dangerous proportions, will begin to weaken if the plan is successfully implemented.
On July 19, Putin visited Tehran, where, together with the leaders of Turkey and Iran, Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Ibrahim Raisi, he signed a joint statement on the situation on the territory of the Syrian Arab Republic.
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