Putin saved ready for Erdogan earlier than talks

ISTANBUL: Russian President Vladimir Putin was left ready and fidgeting for 50 seconds by Turkish counterpart Tayyip Erdogan earlier than talks in Tehran on Tuesday, prompting Turkish media to attract parallels with Putin making him and different leaders stand by prior to now.

The assembly in Iran was Putin’s first with a Nato alliance chief since Russia invaded Ukraine in February.

A video launched by the Turkish presidency confirmed Putin standing in entrance of his chair and the nations’ two flags, his fingers clasped, mouth twitching and his stance shifting earlier than Erdogan seems. Putin then raises his fingers to his sides.

“Whats up, how are you, good?” Erdogan mentioned as they then smiled at one another and shook fingers.

Media reviews in contrast the incident with others of Putin letting world leaders cool their heels prior to now, notably in Moscow in 2020 when Erdogan was left ready for about two minutes by the Russian chief forward of a gathering.

Turkiye’s T24 web site requested in a headline: “Was it revenge?”

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