Turkish foreign Minister: Putin and Erdogan may meet because of the situation in Idlib

Turkish foreign Minister: Putin and Erdogan may meet because of the situation in Idlib
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  • calendar-gray 18 February 2020

The Turkish foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said on a possible meeting between the presidents of Russia and Turkey Vladimir Putin and Tayyip Erdogan on the situation in the Syrian Idlib, if the Russian-Turkish talks in Moscow will not bring results, APA reports citing Turkish media.

The first round of negotiations was held last week in Ankara amid escalating tension in North-West Syria. In the interdepartmental Russian delegation consisted of the President's special envoy on the Syrian settlement, Alexander Lavrentiev, Minister of foreign Affairs Sergey Vershinin, and also representatives of the Ministry of defense. The Turkish delegation at the talks is headed by Deputy foreign Minister Sedat Onal. The second round of talks was held in Moscow on Monday and Tuesday.

"If, after the talks in Moscow will have no result, it is possible that in the coming days to hold talks at the presidential level," Cavusoglu was quoted by TV channel TRT.

The negotiations in Moscow has ended.

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