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Turkey Reportedly Agrees To Ruble Gas Payments

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According to Russian state media agency TASS, Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Recep Erdogan have agreed to boost cooperation in transport, agriculture, and construction, following the conclusion of a four-hour meeting at the Russian Black Sea city of Sochi.

  • According to Russian Deputy Chairman of the Government Alexander Novak, Putin and Erdogan have also agreed a deal that will allow Turkey to make partial payments for gas in rubles.
  • If confirmed by Istanbul, it will be considered a major victory for Russian President Vladimir Putin. It is likely that such a deal was facilitated by Moscow greenlighting a Turkish military operation in northern Syria.
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According to Russian state media agency TASS, Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Recep Erdogan have agreed to boost cooperation in transport, agriculture, and construction, following the conclusion of a four-hour meeting at the Russian Black Sea city of Sochi.

  • According to Russian Deputy Chairman of the Government Alexander Novak, Putin and Erdogan have also agreed a deal that will allow Turkey to make partial payments for gas in rubles.
  • If confirmed by Istanbul, it will be considered a major victory for Russian President Vladimir Putin. It is likely that such a deal was facilitated by Moscow greenlighting a Turkish military operation in northern Syria.