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  • Alexander Novak
    Alexander Novak “We are working on mechanisms to prohibit the use of a price cap instrument, regardless of what level is set, because such interference could further destabilise the market. We will sell oil and petroleum products only to those countries that will work with us under market conditions, even if we have to reduce production a little.” 16 hours ago
  • Scot Marciel
    Scot Marciel “Beyond the re-appointment of Kyaw Moe Tun in the UN, Russia is being difficult to work with [in terms of reaching a consensus in the international community to pressure the regime] and is publicly backing the junta. China seems to be consolidating its support for the regime as well. It's different from 2021. They provide tangible support for the junta, whereas those who support the resistance and the anti-coup movement are more rhetorical in their support.” 17 hours ago
  • Chen Gang
    Chen Gang “By now it should be clear to the Chinese leadership that it is unrealistic to hope to eliminate COVID-19 entirely through lockdowns and repeated testing, given the Omicron variant's high transmissibility and the large number of asymptomatic cases. The recent protests themselves have not dented Xi's political authority, but unless it adapts, the government may encounter a growing political backlash against its COVID-19 policy.” 17 hours ago
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“We understand and respect Turkey's concerns about ensuring its own security. We believe this is Turkey's legitimate right. At the same time, we call on all parties to refrain from steps that could lead to the destabilisation of the overall situation.”

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Kremlin spokesman
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“When you look at Russia, it has the first, second and third highest reserves globally of practically everything. From energy to diamonds, to fresh water, to rare earths and other minerals, it's an extremely rich country. And despite its current estrangement from the West, the Kremlin was far from being geopolitically isolated. Russia has some powerful friends, such as China, India, and Iran, and some increasingly powerful acquaintances, such as Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Brazil, and much of Africa. On balance, therefore, I suspect that Russia will prevail.”

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Founder of Dezan Shira & Associates, a pan-Asian investment consulting firm
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“The Secretary-General [Antonio Guterres] unequivocally condemns reported strikes today in the Ukrainian port of Odesa. Full implementation (of the deal) by the Russian Federation, Ukraine and Turkey is imperative.”

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Spokesman for the UN
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“As far as [the Ukrainians] are concerned, this [the deal] is one and done for the time being. They see this as a deal that they have signed with the United Nations and with Turkey and certainly not with Russia. The Ukrainians here are very clear that they see the Russians as an aggressor nation and we know that they're approaching the International Criminal Court to set up a whole new investigation with the intention of charging senior Russian leadership with the crime of being an aggressor nation.”

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Al Jazeera’s journalist reporting from Kyiv
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“It is important to interpret Putin and Erdogan's trip to Iran within the context of increased East-West bifurcation following the Ukraine war. As the war rages and Russia's economy has taken a hit from Western sanctions, Moscow seeks stronger ties with non-Western countries that do not support the measures. There is a strong message being sent to Washington about Moscow, Tehran, and Ankara's desires to work together without US policies, positions, and agendas being imposed on them.”

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CEO and founder of the geopolitical risk consulting firm Gulf State Analytics
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“We hope that Ankara will refrain from actions that could lead to a dangerous deterioration of the already difficult situation in Syria. Such a move, in the absence of the agreement of the legitimate government of the Syrian Arab Republic, would be a direct violation of Syria's sovereignty and territorial integrity and would cause a further escalation of tensions in Syria.”

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Russia's foreign ministry spokeswoman
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“It's something that we would oppose. The concern that we have is that any new offensive would undermine regional stability [and] provide malign actors with opportunities to exploit instability.”

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U.S. Secretary of State
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“Russia was already facing challenges in the South Caucasus with Turkey playing an ever greater role, but now it's distracted and could lose ground. Invading Ukraine is a very alarming precedent to set for all three countries.”

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South Caucasus analyst at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace think tank
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“During our meeting, we reaffirmed the readiness of both sides to continue the process of normalization, establishing relations, opening borders without any preconditions.”

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Armenian Foreign Minister
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“Turkey and Ukraine were enjoying good and friendly relations before the war. Turkey has strongly supported Ukrainian independence in the 1990s. After its independence, they worked closely to establish a stable environment in the Black Sea [through] economic and military cooperation. Turkey has been playing an active role with its drones, and eight trucks of humanitarian aid have been delivered to local authorities in Ukraine and neighbouring Moldova. Furthermore, in an hourlong call with Moscow [last] Sunday, Erdogan appealed for an urgent general ceasefire. On the fifth day of Moscow's invasion of Ukraine, Erdogan, one more time, repeated that Turkey could not abandon its ties with Russia or Ukraine. Turkey is still trying to perpetuate the balance-based policy, which does not mean that Turkey has been establishing its policies without a dilemma. Instead, Turkey has been in a stuck position between Russia and the West regarding security, economy, and energy.”

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Associate professor in politics and international relations at London Metropolitan University
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“There have been some video footages allegedly showing the employment of the TB2. Of course, information at this point is fragmented, and it needs to be taken with caution. We do know that Ukraine bought some TB2 over the past years and that Turkey and Ukraine signed an agreement for the production within Ukrainian borders of the TB2 - but, as far as I know, production had not started yet. Allegedly, some transport aircraft delivered some drones shortly before the beginning of the hostilities with Russia. The TB2 produced by the company Bayraktar is one of the two prominent armed drones produced by Turkey [the other being the Anka produced by Turkish Aerospace Industry]. It is cheaper than other Western models, but it has a good performance in key parameters [range, altitude as well as sensors and communication system].”

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Senior researcher in military technology and international security at ETH Zurich
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“The visit by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to the UAE, which comes after the visit by Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan to the Turkish republic, opens a new, positive page in bilateral relations between the two countries and is in harmony with the UAE's efforts to build stronger communication and cooperation bridges that aim towards a stable, flourishing region.”

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Diplomatic advisor to UAE President Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan
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“The issue of demilitarisation of Aegean islands is being put forward for the first time as a precondition to go to The Hague. It is also being connected to sovereignty for the first time. Turkey is piling on the issues in order to avoid talking about the real issue, which is maritime zones. Turkey has an irregular view of international law, and because it knows it's in a minority of one … it spends its time exerting pressure through power moves.”

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Greek former Foreign Minister
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“Turkey is annoyed that Greece has forces on the islands at all, and hasn't left them vulnerable to invasion. The only weapons there are defensive, short-range weapons of the national guard in accordance with the Lausanne Treaty, which can't harm anything in Turkey. Greece can't launch any offensive action against Turkey from the islands. Turkey has formed the 4th Army in [Izmir], with landing units capable of invading the islands. This has created an obvious threat. Greece has to have enough security forces to ensure that there is a deterrent to a Turkish invasion.”

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Former commander of the Supreme Military Command of the Interior and Islands (ASDEN)
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“We have intensified negotiations with our Turkish partners to ensure that the (free trade) agreement meets the interests of Ukrainian business, creates opportunities for our exports and the potential for modernisation of Ukrainian enterprises.”

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Prime Minister of Ukraine
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“Our country is ready to further promote this process [of Armenian-Turkish rapprochement] in every possible way. The launch of this process, as we believe, would undoubtedly contribute to the improvement of the general situation in the region. Russia is taking all measures to restore economic ties and transport links in the region.”

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Russia's foreign ministry spokeswoman
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“Our ambassador has not done anything that warrants an expulsion. We will continue to call on Turkey to comply with democratic standards and the rule of law to which the country committed itself under the European Human Rights Convention.”

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Norwegian foreign ministry’s head of communications
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“I believe it will bring our countries closer. And I also believe that it gives us an opportunity to discuss the various areas of interest, especially trade opportunities, that exist between both countries. Turkey has had ties with Nigeria since it gained independence in 1960. They have grown closer with the good relationship between Erdogan and Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari. Direct flights between Turkey and Nigeria have enabled many Nigerians to visit Turkey to shop for the holidays and for medical tourism. The countries will grow closer still. Turkish investments in Africa are very different from Chinese ones. I've been in discussions with various Turkish industrialists and investors, and they were interested in coming to do business in Africa. They are prepared to give long-term facilities to the African continent.”

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Nigeria’s industry, trade and investment minister
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“The relationship between Turkey and Germany, with its positive and negative sides, will go on. Everybody knows the security and independence of both our countries depends on each other.”

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Chancellor of Germany
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