“Ankara has repeatedly expressed its desire to achieve an early ceasefire in Ukraine and resume the negotiation process through its own mediation,” Plebson added.
He went on to say, “Naturally, supplying the Kiev regime with weapons and military equipment directly contradicts these intentions and is in no way compatible with the role of the mediator,” according to the Russian News Agency. RIA Novosti.
And the Ukrainian ambassador in Ankara, Vasily Bodnar, earlier in August of the year 2022 announced plans for the Turkish company “Baykar” to start production lines for the “Bayraktar” offensive marches in Ukraine, also stating that a factory for these marches could be established in Ukraine in 2023.
Last August, the media reported that Turkey had delivered more than 50 Kirby armored vehicles to Ukraine.
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