Peace in Syria depends on relations between Ankara and Moscow, Turkey’s President Erdogan has said in a summit with his Russian counterpart.
In the resort city of Sochi in southern Russia alongside Vladimir Putin, President Erdogan underlined the importance of his country’s joint actions with Moscow in the context of the Syrian conflict.
Putin has said that though his meetings with Erdogan were not always without problems, the institutions of their countries are able to reach resolutions between them.
President Erdogan was accompanied on his working visit by the head, Communications Director Fahrettin Altun, and presidential spokesman Ibrahim Kalin.
Major investment projects between the two countries continue as planned and bilateral trade between them has increased by 50 percent in the first nine months this year, making up for previous losses and achieving a major rise amid the coronavirus pandemic, said Putin at the investments in Sochi.