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Putin criticizes Ukraine’s use of Turkish drones in report to Erdogan


Russian President Vladimir Putin has criticized Ukraine for using Turkish drones in connection with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

Putin has indicated to his Turkish counterpart that Kiev is using the Turkish Bayraktar rallies in the Donbass conflict and deliberately disrupting the Minsk accords there.

“The Russian president has informed his Turkish counterpart about how Bayraktar’s planes are being used,” it reads in a statement issued by the Kremlin.

The statement added: Putin briefed Erdogan, during a phone call between them today, about the main results of the trilateral meeting of the leaders of Russia, Azerbaijan and Armenia on November 26 in Sochi.

A series of important regional files

In Ankara, a statement released by the Turkish presidency’s communications directorate states that “Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan discussed a number of important regional dossiers by telephone. in particular the situation in Syria, Libya and Ukraine “.

According to the statement, “The two presidents also discussed developments in the crisis between Armenia and Azerbaijan”.

He continued: “The two leaders also discussed issues that would improve Russian-Turkish relations and ways to develop them.”

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