Russian President Vladimir Putin expressed his disappointment to Turkey’s President Tayyip Erdogan

Russian President Vladimir Putin conveyed his dissatisfaction to Turkey’s President Tayyip Erdogan at what he announced were endeavoured by the U.S. and NATO to avoid Russia’s legal safety demands.

In a phone call, Putin told he had comprehended the sovereignty of two breakaway nations in eastern Ukraine, a move that provoked embargoes from Western countries, because of what he declared was Ukraine’s denial of the Minsk unity treaties.

Erdogan told Putin Turkey did not comprehend phases against Ukraine’s territorial honesty as per the Turkish presidency told.

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