Erdogan will take part in NATO summit in Ukraine

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that he would take part in the NATO Leaders Summit on the situation in Ukraine, reports TASS.

“NATO summit will be held on March 24, we will have the opportunity to continue negotiations from the place where we stayed. Because events continue to develop events,” the Turkish president said on the results of negotiations with the Polish counterpart Andridge Dudoy In Ankara.

According to the President of Turkey, Ankara and Warsaw agreed to intensify diplomatic efforts to terminate the conflict in Ukraine.

“Turkish Foreign Minister today held talks in Moscow, tomorrow he will go to Ukraine. We are conducting intensive diplomatic contacts, will also continue consultation with Poland,” added Erdogan.

Duda, in turn, expressed the opinion that “Turkey plays an extremely important role in providing peace in this region.

“Last year, Turkey and I began successful cooperation in the defense sphere. And we will continue to develop this cooperation,” said Poland President.