Moscow, October 27 Russian President Putin talked with Turkish President Erdogan on the 27th at an appointment to discuss the situation in Syria and other issues.
According to a statement issued on the Kremlin website on the 27th, Putin and Erdogan discussed the cooperation between the two countries on the Syrian issue.
Both sides emphasized the need to work together to implement the stabilization of the Syrian Idlib region and the region east of the Euphrates River. Existing agreement on the situation.
The two sides also exchanged views on the political settlement of the Syrian issue under the Astana process.
The statement said that the two sides discussed the Libyan issue, including the promotion of the normalization of the situation in Libya and the prospect of promoting Libyan internal peace negotiations.
The two sides also discussed the conflict in the Nagorno-Karabakh (Naka) area. The Russian side expresses serious concern over the continued exchange of fire in the region and the involvement of more and more terrorists from the Middle East in this conflict.
Putin informed Erdogan about the communication between Russia and Azerbaijan and Armenia, as well as the measures taken to reach a ceasefire as soon as possible and degrade the situation.
The statement said that the two sides agreed that the foreign affairs and national defense departments of the two countries should continue to coordinate on related issues.