Turkey–Ukraine relations

Türkiye to host Ukraine grain talks next week: Report

Türkiye next week will host Russian, Ukrainian and U.N. officials for talks aimed at resuming stalled grain exports across the Black Sea, media reported on June 21. 

The meeting in Istanbul would be preceded by a visit to Moscow by a Turkish defense delegation this week, CNN Turk cited Turkish presidential sources as saying.

Turkey, Russia to discuss food corridor in Black Sea, Lavrov due in Ankara

Turkish and Russian top diplomats, Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu and Sergey Lavrov will discuss the modalities of a secure corridor to be established through the Black Sea for the shipment of nearly 20 million tons of grain to world markets to avoid a major global food crisis.

Turkey seeks top-level Ukraine-Russia talks

President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan on April 26 talked to his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, and renewed his proposal for a leaders' summit in Turkey with the Ukrainian leader to end the war.

The continuation of the positive momentum achieved in the Istanbul talks to reach peace in Ukraine is in the interest of everyone, Erdoğan told Putin, according to the Turkish presidency.

President Erdoğan, Dutch PM Rutte discuss Ukraine war over phone

President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, Dutch PM Mark Rutte discussed Ukraine war and bilateral relations over phone on April 22. 

The call addressed the steps that would enhance the bilateral relations, as well as the regional issues, particularly the Ukraine-Russia war, according to a statement by Turkey's Directorate of Communications.