Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan made separate telephone calls yesterday (Friday) with his Ukrainian counterpart Volodymyr Zelenskyy as well as British Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
According to the Anatolian news agency, the talks between the Turkish president and Boris Johnson included talks on the developments in the Ukraine war, during which Ankara called on European countries to work for an end to the crisis.
According to a statement issued by the Turkish presidency, Erdogan and Johnson discussed regional issues, especially regional issues, and in particular Russia's military action against Ukraine.
"Turkey expects genuine support for Kiev from its NATO allies," Erdogan said in a telephone interview.
In addition, Anatolia news agency quoted another statement issued by the Turkish presidency as saying that Erdogan had discussed the latest developments in Russia's invasion of Ukraine in contact with Zelenskyy.
These reactions come as Russia's military action against Ukraine began ten days ago and its continuation has caused a great deal of regional and international concern; As a NATO member, Turkey is seeking Western support for Kiev.