Russia's aggression encourages Ukraine-Turkey rapprochement - Chubarov
Kremlin's aggression against Ukraine has led to enhancing ties between Ukraine and Turkey, says Crimean Tatar Mejlis head and Ukraine's MP Refat Chubarov, Ukraine Today reports.
"A few years ago, Russian politicians were warning their Ukrainian counterparts that Turkey 'could allegedly pose' a threat to the territorial integrity of Ukraine. So far, Moscow has done everything to get Kyiv and Ankara united against their common aggressor (Russia)," Chubarov wrote on Facebook March 9, according to Ukraine Today.
On March 9-10, Ukraine's President Petro Poroshenko is set to visit Turkey. He will lead the Ukrainian delegation, also featuring Refat Chubarov.
Read alsoTurkish PM pledges more investment in Ukraine, boost to bilateral tradeThe Ukrainian president is set to meet his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu, Grand National Assembly head İsmail Kahraman, and Turkish business representatives.
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