The United States said on Monday that Turkey was playing a “key role” in holding Russia accountable for its war against Ukraine.
Foreign Minister Anthony Blingen will receive Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu in Washington on May 18, and the foreign ministry said the upcoming meeting would be a “key component” of efforts to “hold Russia accountable” for its war against the people. Government and the Government of Ukraine.
“It’s still a long way off, but I can only imagine a complete agenda,” spokesman Net Price told reporters.
“Together as NATO allies and key bilateral partners, we have a range of interests to share with our Turkish partners.”
The United States and Turkey on April 4 launched a strategic mechanism to further expand their bilateral cooperation.
The United States has said in a statement that it welcomes Turkey’s efforts to declare growth and end the war in Ukraine “through fair, diplomatic negotiations.”
Both sides reaffirmed their shared commitment to Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity.
Nevertheless, a number of unresolved issues are destabilizing relations between NATO allies, with Turkey acquiring a sophisticated Russian anti-aircraft defense system and withdrawing from the F-35 joint strike war plan.
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