Although Vladimir Putin has acquired the role of a 'negative character', it seems that not everyone has the same opinion on the world political scene. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is one of those who disagree with such epithets.
During his speech in New York, the Turkish president made it clear that negative attitudes towards Putin are not the correct approach. "Both leaders and prime ministers have negative attitudes toward Putin. Of course, we do not have the same attitude.
I do not find these attitudes right. Because Russia is not an ordinary country," Erdogan said a few days ago. In spite of the fact that Turkey agreed to provide drones to the Ukrainians as part of their aid, they refused to agree to sanctions against Russia.
This seems to be the intention of the Turkish president to create good relations with everyone and to create a sense of peace in some way. At the Group of 20 summit in New Delhi, Erdogan called on all the other members of the Group of 20 to meet Russia's demands.
Erdogan and Russia
As a matter of fact, Erdogan is aware of the fact that Russia is the world's largest producer of cereals. We are living in a time when the situation on the world scene is not in anyone's favor. As a result of Russia's policy, it's going to feel the worst of the consequences of its actions, but it's also a fact that other countries are also experiencing enormous difficulties as a result of it.
Currently, the world is going through some really strange times. We can often hear politicians' messages, such as; We need to come together and find solutions to these problems. We must work together to ensure that everyone is treated fairly and receives the support they need.
If we don't, the consequences could be devastating. "Russia is one of the leading grain producers in the world. You cannot ignore such a country now," Erdogan said. "We will continue our relations with Russia in a positive way," he said.