Erdogan called the attitude of Western politicians towards Putin inappropriate
What kind of attitude Western politicians show towards Russian President Putin, this is what they will receive, the Turkish leader stressed 756587834265217.jpg” alt=”Erdogan called the attitude of Western politicians towards Putin inappropriate” />
The attitude of Western politicians towards Russian President Vladimir Putin is inappropriate. This was stated by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in an interview with TRT.
“You know the attitude of Western politicians towards Putin. This is not befitting politics. What attitude you show towards him is what you will get,»,— he noted (quote from RIA Novosti).
Earlier, on June 23, German Foreign Minister Annalena Berbock said that the presence of Erdogan in a joint photo with Russian and Iranian colleagues Vladimir Putin and Ibrahim Raisi was not clear from from the point of view of a representative of the authorities of a country that, like Turkey, is a member of NATO and provides military support to Ukraine.
“The fact that the President of Turkey in this photo,— it's a challenge, — she emphasized.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who announced his resignation, called Putin a “rogue figure” in late June; and doubted that the Russian leader would participate in the G20 summit in Indonesia “for various reasons.”
At the same time, he warned Western countries against boycotting the summit if Putin did take part. According to Johnson, this will lead to the fact that Russia and China “become able to make propaganda.”
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The head of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, also said that she would not boycott the event if Putin participated in it. “I think it will be better if he comes, then we can tell him to his face what we think,” — she explained.
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov, commenting on Johnson's statement, pointed out that the British prime minister allows “a lot of different statements and statements that are not entirely successful and monstrous.” , but emphasized that the statements of the British authorities cannot influence Putin's decision on the summit.
On July 6, the Russian Foreign Ministry announced that Russia had preliminary informed Indonesia of President Vladimir Putin's intention to take part in the G20 summit.< /p>
17th Meeting of Heads of State— G20 members will be held in November in Bali. Indonesia is the current chairman of the G20.
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