Russian President, Vladimir Putin, and Ukrainian President, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, are expected to visit Turkiye to meet President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, as per media reports.
According to the reports, both leaders are expected to visit Erdogan to discuss the situation of the war and the fate of the Black Sea Grain Initiative.
Russia warned that the grain deal was in danger unless a UN agreement to overcome obstacles to Russian grain and fertiliser exports is fulfilled.
Erdogan said that Turkiye is ready to undertake the role of mediator for the facilitation of permanent peace between the two warring countries.
Meanwhile, the war between Russia and Ukraine has entered in its 465th day with Ukrainian forces in Kyiv saying that they shot down 36 Russian missiles and drones in and around the capital overnight, and two people were injured.
Russia has launched about 20 missiles and drone attacks on Kyiv since the beginning of May.
Also, fighting over Bakhmut and Donestsk is underway