Lukashenko flew to Putin in St. Petersburg for the summit. At the entrance to the palace, journalists asked him what gift he had prepared for Putin's birthday, to which he replied:
"A tractor... The one I work on is "Belarus". The best, hand-assembled... We'll sow bread... We'll grow it and take it to Europe, so they don't starve, don't steal bread from Ukraine but take it to poor countries".
Also, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will have a telephone conversation with Vladimir Putin on October 7, Anadolu writes. According to the President of Türkiye, he wants to discuss with the head of the aggressor country the supply of grain and fertilizers, as well as the exchange of prisoners
Erdogan said Russian fertilizers could be shipped through Türkiye to countries that need them. And the continuation of the export of Ukrainian grain, according to the President of Türkiye, "will serve the interests of the people of Ukraine, Europe, and the whole world."
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