Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan also thanked his Russian counterpart for his "positive attitude" in extending the Black Sea grain deal, which is crucial in maintaining stability in food prices.
The Russia-Ukraine war is now in its 392nd day.
China urged both sides to agree to a gradual de-escalation leading to a comprehensive ceasefire in its 12-point paper on the "political resolution of the Ukraine crisis".
The US is "determined" to strengthen its relationship with Kazakhstan, Secretary of State Antony Blinken says ahead of a meeting of the C5+1 group, made up of the US and Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan.
Ukraine honours its dead and vows to keep fighting while Russia tells the world to accept "the realities" of conflict — now in its 367th day — but faces new Western sanctions.
President Erdogan voices Türkiye's readiness to contribute in any way to build a "ceasefire and negotiated solution" in the one-year-old Russia-Ukraine war.
One year since the start of the Russian offensive, Ankara’s role as a mediator between the warring sides has become increasingly important in the global context.
Yevgeny Prigozhin has repeatedly blamed the Russian defence ministry of deliberately starving his fighters of munitions in what he has called a treasonous attempt to destroy the private military group.
To earn Türkiye’s trust and address its concerns, the security grouping cannot have different yardsticks for different terror groups.
Western countries have only just approved sending battle tanks to Ukraine, but Kiev is already requesting F-16s to help repel the Russian invasion as fighting enters its 343rd day.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says Türkiye's attitude towards Finland joining NATO may be more positive than towards Sweden.
Accompanied by police, supporters of the PKK/YPG terror group marched to the Medborgarplatsen area in Stockholm.
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