Russian President, Vladimir Putin Makes His 2nd International Trip Today, Following For Invasion

Russian president, Vladimir Putin will visit Iran on Tuesday, July 19 in his 2nd foreign movement since the attack of Ukraine in February.




Putin will meet Iranian Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

According the press release from Iran, Turkey and Russia, Grain products, Syria and Ukraine will be talked about in Tehran.

Putin has restricted his international visits to previous Soviet states since war broke out in Ukraine.

Recall that in June 2022,  Putin made his most memorable international outing since February when he visited Tajikistan and Turkmenistan, both previous individuals from the USSR currently drove by dictator rulers and Russian partners.


Iran is one of Moscow's couple of staying international partners and an individual objective of Western monetary approvals.

Putin's visit comes after charges by US authorities last week that Tehran was wanting to supply Russia with drones for its conflict in Ukraine.


"The contact with Khamenei is vital," Yuri Ushakov, Mr Putin's top international strategy consultant, told a media instructions on Monday. "A believing discourse has created between them on the main issues on the two-sided and global plan."


Turkey has not force sanctions on Moscow since Putin's invasion of Ukraine on 24 February, with Erdogan's administration looking to assume the part between.


The gathering offers the Turkish chief the potential chance to give a provisional understanding among Russian and Ukrainian pioneers to guarantee the product of 22 million tons of required grain influenced by Ukraine's conflict with.


"The issue of Ukrainian grain shipment will be talked about with Erdogan," Mr Ushakov said. "We are prepared to proceed with work on this track."

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