It is assumed that the conversation between the presidents of Russia and Turkey Vladimir Putin and Recep Tayyip Erdogan at the summit in Antalya dealt with “sensitive subjects”. The details of this issue are not disclosed, said the Russian presidential aide Yury Ushakov at a briefing in Moscow.
MOSCOW, 18 Dec. In the Kremlin did not disclose details of the conversation between the presidents of Russia and Turkey Vladimir Putin and Recep Tayyip Erdogan at the summit in Antalya on “sensitive topics”.
“The issue is very sensitive. The President said that he decided to say (ed — at a press conference on December 17), and said what he could say on the matter, because the topic is really sensitive, I wouldn’t even want to elaborate on that. She has been the subject of bilateral discussions in Antalya, and this theme was, so to speak, in this mode, a “tête-à-tête”, — said Russian presidential aide Yury Ushakov at a briefing in Moscow.
He explained that to delve into this topic — so, to disclose the details of this issue, that I would not want to do.
The President of Russia Vladimir Putin the day before during the big press conference said that Russia was ready to cooperate with Turkey very sensitive to her issues. According to him, Ankara had an opportunity to discuss their interests on the border with Syria through the existing channels of cooperation.
He also noted that at the time, during the negotiations with Turkey, “Turkish colleagues have put before us is very sensitive for Turkey questions, and does not fit in the context of international law by the decisions that the Turkish side had suggested”.
Currently the relations between Russia and Turkey have been seriously hindered due to incident with the Russian su-24 aircraft.