Russian President Vladimir Putin held a meeting with a Turkish delegation headed by Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu in Moscow on Friday.

The Russian leader said that both Ankara and Moscow have made a significant contribution to foster peaceful settlement in Syria.

Cavusoglu briefed Putin on his meeting with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and said that Turkish President Recep Erdogan is waiting for Putin to visit Istanbul.

The meeting was also attended by Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Shoigu and his Turkish counterpart Hulusi Akar.

 

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Nada que creer a enemigo de Siria, que estará tramando Erdogan (terrorista de Hermandad Musulmana) para sus propios intereses.

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I think that Turkey want to protect their terrorists and investments. They visit Moscow to delay the attack on Idlib so they can send more weapons to the terrorists. I just hope that Moscow doesn’t listen because they know Turkey and they know their hidden agenda. Idlib is Syrian land and the Turkish mission in removing the danger from their border is finished too. They should stop making excuses to keep their forces in Syria because they are not trust worthy. Previous wars with the terrorists , Syria gave them all the opportunity to surrender even they created safe passage… Read more »

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Putin is for sale and I bought him