Turkey-Russia High Level Cooperation Council (HLCC) meeting to discuss several issues

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President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin are likely to meet next month within the scope of a Turkey-Russia High Level Cooperation Council (HLCC) meeting, claimed a diplomatic source. Ahead of the next month’s HLCC meeting, three fundamental issues were on Turkey’s agenda with the Joint Economic Commission, which was initially convened in Istanbul last October, being the most important. The second matter on the agenda was the Strategic Planning Group and the third and final issue on the Turkish agenda, according to sources, was the Civic Forum, which has subcommittees to establish relations in the economic and academic field and not leave relations in the political field only. In regards to the existing Russian sanctions, Daily Sabah’s diplomatic sources added that the sanctions were gradually being lifted, as they had affirmed that remaining sanctions are there due to sanitary restrictions that are currently being discussed between the two countries.
Meanwhile, visa-free travel to Russia from Turkey was also on the agenda, but enhancing Turkey’s relations with Russia was not an alternative to its relations with the West.

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