The Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan he may have a meeting with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin after talks with Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelensky on Friday, according to Turkish channel A Haber.

The Hurriyet newspaper reported earlier on Friday that, today, “Erdogan will again offer Zelensky his services as a mediator for a peace settlement between Moscow and Kiev” at today’s meeting. The agenda will also include the exchange of prisoners of war between Russia and Ukraine. The two leaders will also discuss the extension of the grain agreement after it expires on July 17.

Erdogan has repeatedly emphasized that “Turkey is the only country that maintains a dialogue channel with both Russia and Ukraine,” while implementing initiatives to address pressing issues, and that it will continue to pursue a balanced policy.

The Kremlin announced earlier that watches the conversations “very closely”. of the Ukrainian president with his Turkish counterpart.

Dmitry Peskov also stated that the Russian president Vladimir Putin may soon hold talks with Erdogan, but no date has been set yet.