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Turkish and Russian defence ministers discuss Ukraine


 

 Russian Defence Minister Sergey Shoygu has held a telephone conversation with his Turkish counterpart Hulusi Akar. The Russian Defence Ministry said that the conversation was held at the initiative of the Turkish side. They discussed the current situation in Ukraine, including humanitarian issues, TRT reported https://asianandukrainiancrisis.blogspot.com/

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