8 April 2020

Moscow, Ankara in contact on Idlib

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Moscow and Ankara remain in contact on the situation in Syria’s Idlib province, Russian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said at a briefing on Thursday. reports citing Russian media.

"We are in contact on a daily basis through various channels, particularly through diplomats and military experts. Consultations continue without interruption," she stated in response to a question.

"We maintain contact through embassies and military experts on the ground, the ministers hold telephone conversations, and so on. In addition, each party assesses the statements the other party makes. As for joint visits by delegations, they take place when the need arises, and in fact, the need may arise at any time, as well as [they may] be postponed," Zakharova noted.

2020.02.20 / 22:14
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