On the evening of March 22, media reported that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said he expected to meet with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin in the next two days.
He did not express the subject of the conversation with the Russian leader. The reasons for such an urgent dialogue with the Russian leader are also unknown.
Recall that in May, presidential elections will be held in Turkey. According to opinion polls, Erdogan is not the undisputed leader of this race; on the contrary, many respondents prefer his rival.
Earlier, it was learned that the head of the US Federal Reserve said that the financial system was piling up problems, but he believed that “the US banking system is reliable and stable.”
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