Russian and Turkish unfamiliar priests talk about return of Azovstal pioneers to Ukraine

Russian Unfamiliar Pastor Sergey Lavrov examined the new return of Azovstal pioneers to Ukraine in a call with his Turkish partner Hakan Fidan, the Russian Unfamiliar Service said Sunday.

Fidan and Lavrov "traded sees on the provincial plan with an accentuation on late improvements around Ukraine, incorporating what is happening with the arrival of the 'heads of Azov' from Istanbul to Kyiv," the Russian Unfamiliar Service said.
The Azovstal pioneers, who were taken to Turkey as a component of a detainee trade concurred with Russia in September, got back to Ukraine on Saturday following a gathering between Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.

Under the provisions of their exchange 10 months prior, Turkey had concurred the men, who were caught by Russia subsequent to driving the protection of Mariupol from the Azovstal steel plant last year, wouldn't be given over to Ukraine until the conflict's end. It was not quickly clear why Erdogan had evidently abused that concurrence with Moscow.

The Ukrainian Administration said the men were permitted to get back to their country "as per exchanges with the Turkish side."

In his call with Fidan, Russia's Lavrov likewise caused Ankara to notice "the danger of the course to proceed with conveyances of military gear to the Kyiv system," adding that it would "just lead to unfortunate results."
Grain bargain: The Russian and Turkish unfamiliar pastors additionally examined "further participation on issues connected with guaranteeing worldwide food security," the Russian Unfamiliar Service said.

Moscow as of late flagged it was not open to expanding the Dark Ocean grain bargain, which terminates July 17, with the unfamiliar service last week saying it "has transformed into a simply business commodity of Ukrainian food to 'very much took care of' nations."

The arrangement, which is viewed as imperative for world food security, was first handled by Turkey and the Unified Countries in July 2022 and again stretched out in May for quite some time.

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