9 April 2020

Erdogan, Putin discuss situation in Idlib - Updated

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Russian and Turkish Presidents Vladimir Putin and Recep Tayyip Erdogan have discussed the situation in Idlib during a phone call on Friday. reports citing Turkish media.

"Our president has stressed the need to contain the regime [of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad] in Idlib and to avoid a humanitarian catastrophe," the message informs.

The sides have also "expressed their commitment to the agreements reached previously [on Syria] and discussed the situation in Libya."

Erdogan told Putin that "Idlib regulation lies through the full implementation of the Sochi memorandum," the Turkish leader’s office informed.


Russian President Vladimir Putin told his Turkish counterpart, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, that Russia is seriously concerned over extremists’ aggressive actions in Syria’s Idlib governorate. informs that, Kremlin press service said on Friday after their telephone conversation.

2020.02.21 / 23:56
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