UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — Russian presidential aide Yuri Ushakov said that Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will discuss the situation in Syria at a meeting in Sochi on October 22, taking into account the military operation of Ankara and the agreements of Turkey and the United States on a 120-hour ceasefire.
“It is supposed to continue discussing the situation in Syria. Naturally, in the context of the military operation carried out by the Turkish armed forces in Evfrat,” said Ushakov.
He noted that Moscow positively assesses the outcome of the talks between the Turkish leader and the US vice president.
“But tomorrow, as you know, 120 hours or five days are already running out, and we’ll see how the situation develops further. This will be discussed by our leaders,” added Ushakov.
Earlier, Erdogan promised to take “necessary steps” in Syria after a meeting with Putin.
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