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The Turkish president stated a joint agreement between Turkey and Russia on financial and industrial relations used to be signed in Sochi on Saturday, adding, “We agreed on the ruble with Putin.”

President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan delivered the remarks to participants of the Turkish press accompanying him on his methodology abet from the Russian resort town of Sochi the save he held meetings alongside with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin and talked about bilateral and regional components.

He additionally spoke referring to the Akkuyu nuclear energy plant mission, the $20 billion nuclear energy plant being built by Russia’s inform-dawdle nuclear energy firm Rosatom in Akkuyu, southern Turkey.

At the side of that he’ll be visiting Mersin province next week to survey the mission, Erdoğan stated that the Akkuyu nuclear energy plant has “special significance” in Turkey’s energy technique, explaining that the intention is to produce the predominant reactor operational by 2023.

The president highlighted that Turkish and Russian ministries are additionally engaged on grain shipments from Russian ports. “Russia has the Mir card (local fee card in Russia subsidized by the authorities). At the 2nd, five of our banks are engaged on it. There are serious developments here,” he explained.

He additionally added that “Turkey will with a little of luck wait on the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) assembly to be held in Uzbekistan in September.”

Consisting of Eurasian member states, the SCO used to be launched in 2001 to fight radicalism and other security concerns in China, Russia and 4 ex-Soviet Central Asian republics.

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