“The importance of dialogue and diplomacy to resolve any disputes in the Eastern Mediterranean” was discussed during the meeting held in Istanbul by US National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan and Chief Adviser to the Turkish Presidency Ibrahim Kalin, as stated in a press release White House.
In particular, according to the same statement, the two sides discussed their continued support for Ukraine in the face of Russia’s aggression, including condemnation of Russia’s attempt to illegally annex Ukrainian territory.
Mr. Sullivan expressed his appreciation for Turkey’s efforts to improve global food security by helping to facilitate the export of Ukrainian grain and its diplomatic work to secure the release of Ukrainian prisoners of war, as well as two American citizens held by the Russia.
According to the White House statement, they also discussed regional security issues, including their support for peace negotiations between Armenia and Azerbaijan, the importance of dialogue and diplomacy in resolving any disputes in the Eastern Mediterranean, and progress on the integration of Finland and Sweden in NATO.
Source: News Beast
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