Turkey will not Fall into the “Crimean Trap”статья

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[1] Pavel S. Turkey will not fall into the “crimean trap” // Российский Совет по международным делам (РСМД). — 2014. — no. 3.12.2014. — P. 1–5. Despite the obvious differences on a number of major issues in global politics (such as the Ukraine crisis and the civil war in Syria), Russia and Turkey have managed to minimize their negative impact on bilateral cooperation and dialogue. The presidents of the two countries – Vladimir Putin and Recep Tayyip Erdogan – expect major steps to be taken in the development of relations as part of the fifth meeting of the High-Level Russian–Turkish Cooperation Council (HLCC), particularly in the economic sphere. Russia and Turkey have had their fair share of trials and tribulations this year, both domestically and on the international stage. The destabilization of the political situation in Ukraine and the ongoing civil war in its south-eastern regions are of great concern to the Turkish leadership and its political elites. The question of the Crimean Tatars and the situation in Ukraine in general are taking centre stage in bilateral talks, alongside the more traditional issues of energy cooperation and regional security.

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