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Poland’s Türkiye discusses Ukraine’s crisis and vows to continue ceasefire efforts

After the meeting in Ankara, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Polish President Andrzej Duda emphasized that peace should be prioritized in the region.

Polish President Duda calls on international organizations to participate in efforts to establish peace in Ukraine. (AFP)

The Turkish president continues his diplomatic efforts towards a ceasefire between Russia and Ukraine, accepting the Polish president and tackling the issue of immigration.

At a joint press conference on Wednesday, Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Poland’s Andrzej Duda thanked Erdogan for “sharing all the knowledge” about accepting immigrants. We welcomed the relationship.

“Türkiye is a very important state in the region. It makes a lot of contributions and plays a big role for peace,” said the Polish President after a meeting of two leaders. ..

The most “important topic” in their discussion was the “Russia-Ukraine War”, and Duda said “thanks” to Prime Minister Erdogan, “knowing that he is trying to make sure he wins peace.” There is. “

He also called on international organizations to participate in efforts to establish peace in Ukraine.

“As an ally of the two NATOs, we exchanged views (on the issue of Ukraine),” Erdogan said.

He said he would continue to keep in touch about the “continuation war” at the NATO summit in Brussels on March 24th.

“As Türkiye, we are continuing our efforts to achieve a ceasefire. Indeed, the Foreign Minister (Mevlut Cavusoglu) is having a meeting in Moscow today. He will go to Ukraine tomorrow.”

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Poland needs support from the international community

Duda said the number of refugees entering Poland from Ukraine reaches 2 million daily and about 100,000 cross the border.

“Today we can talk about the Polish refugee crisis,” he added.

Duda also emphasized that Poland could be in a very difficult situation without the support of the international community.

Prime Minister Erdogan also announced that Turkey and Poland are aiming to establish a high-level strategic partnership council to further strengthen relations.

Mr. Duda said there are many opportunities and great capabilities to advance bilateral relations between the two countries.

“We repeated that we wanted our trading volume to exceed the $ 10 billion figure,” he added.

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Source: AA

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