The Ukraine-Russia war is entering a violent phase. After the Crimean Bridge explosion, Russia fired rockets at Kiev and plans to include a close ally Belarus in active military operations.
Meanwhile, the first meeting of the European Political Community was held in Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic.
At the meeting, 43 of the 44 invited European countries were represented at the leader level.
In addition to 27 European Union (EU) countries, 17 countries from the European continent were invited to the meeting, which was held with the suggestion of French President Emmanuel Macron in May. Only Russia and Belarus were not invited to the meeting.
In the meeting, where the effects of the war in Ukraine were discussed, sessions on peace and security, energy, climate and economy were held. During the meeting, many of the leaders held bilateral meetings.
Within the framework of the European Political Community, the leaders of Turkiye, Azerbaijan and Armenia came together and discussed the issues of peace and cooperation in the region.
Head of Turkish Institute for Democracy and Human Rights Dr. Ahmad Shahidov shared his views on the debates held within the framework of the European Political Community held in Prague and answered the questions of journalist Emre Diner.