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Turkey says it is ready to host meeting between Zelenskyy and Putin

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Turkey has said it is ready to host a meeting between Ukraine’s Zelenskyy and Russia’s President Vladimir Putin and expressed confidence that the two sides were close to an agreement.

“Of course, it is not an easy thing to come to terms with while the war is going on, while civilians are killed, but we would like to say that momentum is still gained,” Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu told reporters in the southern province of Antalya.

Cavusoglu this week visited Russia and Ukraine as Turkey tries to position itself as a mediator.

Earlier, he told the Hurriyet Daily News that Russia and Ukraine were getting closer to agreeing on “critical” issues.

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