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Putin tells Erdogan he wants ‘real guarantees’ from Kyiv on grain deal: Kremlin

Putin raises concerns of 'catastrophic deterioration' in Gaza with Erdogan
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Russian President Vladimir Putin told Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan Tuesday that he wanted “real guarantees” from Kyiv before it potentially rejoined the grain deal.

Putin told Erdogan in a phone call that Russia sought “real guarantees from Kyiv about the strict observance of the Istanbul agreement, in particular about not using the humanitarian corridor for military purposes”, according to a statement from the Kremlin.

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