Turkiye’s foreign policy is complicated – on the one hand, it’s a NATO member but on the other it has close ties to Russia.
Ankara is now in the middle of an even more challenging conflict as it finds itself between Russia and Ukraine and their on-going conflict…
CGTN’s Michal Bardavid has more on this political triangle.
- Yusuf Alabarda is an international security and politics expert.
- Eugene Chausovsky is a geopolitical analyst.
- Hakan Camuz is head of international law at the British law firm Stoke White.
- Anton Fedyashin is a history professor at American University.
Turkiye, Ukraine leaders meet in Lviv for talks https://t.co/070BSuv0sg
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