Peskov told about the details of Putin’s visit to Ankara.
Russian President Vladimir Putin arrived on a working visit to Ankara where he will meet with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
As the press-Secretary of Russian leader Dmitry Peskov, one of the topics of the upcoming talks will be the situation in Syria, reports of Chronic.info with reference for Today.
Peskov stressed that Putin’s visit to Ankara is solely pragmatic purpose. “Russia and Turkey are countries that are in very close interaction, whether trade, economic cooperation, investment cooperation, cooperation in military-technical cooperation in the field of culture, in the implementation of mega-projects, he said. – In addition, it is the country that interact in matters of regional security, including in Syria.” A Kremlin spokesman added that during the visit “on all these issues will be reconciliation of hours”.
During a telephone conversation the two leaders held on 25 September, was discussed in Astana ended another round of talks on Syria and the referendum on the independence of Iraqi Kurdistan. “The theme is really addressed in the course of telephone conversations,” confirmed Peskov, answering the question discussed is whether Putin with the presidents of Turkey and Iran the question of the referendum in Iraqi Kurdistan.
“In this case, Russia’s position has not undergone any changes: we continue to believe that maintaining the territorial and political integrity of States is extremely important for maintaining stability and security in the region, and to resolve those critical problems which this region [the middle East] are abundant,” – said the representative of the Kremlin.
From the beginning of may in Syria created four zones of de-escalation, an agreement was reached in Astana by the representatives of Russia, Iran and Turkey. At the moment there are three zones: in the South-West of Syria, Eastern ghouta (suburb of Damascus) and near the city of HOMS. In the fourth zone included the province of Idlib and parts of the neighboring provinces of Aleppo, Latakia and Hama.
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