Erdogan and Trump agreed on Syria

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — US and  Turkish presidents Donald Trump and  Recep Tayyip Erdogan discussed the situation in Syrian Idlib in a telephone conversation.
The communiqué circulated by the Erdogan administration following the conversation said the Turkish leader reaffirmed his determination to “clear Idlib from the forces of the regime” by expelling Syrian government troops from the territories stipulated in the Sochi memorandum.

It is also reported that both leaders agreed to take additional steps in the near future to prevent the “great humanitarian tragedy in Idlib.”

Earlier on Friday, according to Rambler, the presidents of Russia and Turkey discussed the situation in Idlib.

The parties expressed concern about the escalation of tension in the region and stated the importance of coordinating the actions of the Russian and Turkish military through the channels of the ministries of defense.


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