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Friday, February 16, 2018

Press Secretary of the head of Turkey said, who reconciled Putin with Erdogan

Press Secretary of the President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Ibrahim Kalin, told the Republican newspaper Hurryet on the mediator who helped to restore the relations of Erdogan and Vladimir Putin.

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It appeared to be a Turkish businessman Javid Çağlar, who owns a textile business in Dagestan.

Diplomatic chain, says the newspaper, was as follows: at one end of it was Erdogan himself who talked with the head of Turkish General staff Hulusi Akar. He told the President about her friends — Çağlar in turn, I went into the office of the head of Dagestan Ramazan abdulatipova. Abdulatipov has been in touch with advisers of the Russian President Yury Ushakov and thus eventually could contribute to the restoration of Russian-Turkish contacts.

Read, Erdogan Belkovsky evicted from the hotel in St. Petersburg.

Thus, according to the newspaper, the famous letter to Erdogan, provoked controversy about whether it is still an apology and not whether there were two versions of the message for internal and external use, was written and edited by Çağlar with Abdulatipov.

Information about the businessman-the intermediary appeared before the meeting of Putin and Erdogan in St. Petersburg. It is expected that it will be discussed the abolition of visas for Turkish citizens, tourism and the increase in trade turnover between the two countries to one hundred billion dollars.

Relations between Russia and Turkey. Chronicle of events

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