Syria: summit Erdogan-Putin-Rohani in August in Turkey

Ankara: 'We will also meet with Russia, Germany and France'

05 July, 13:10

    (ANSAmed) - ISTANBUL, JULY 5 - The next trilateral meetings between the presidents of Turkey, Russia and Iran with the same format used for talks in Astana will be held in Ankara in August, according to a spokesman of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who will once again meet with Vladimir Putin and Hassan Rohani.

    ''The meetings will mainly be on Idlib and other parts of Syria, on the general situation of security, on the transition process, on the constitutional commission and resettlements'', the spokesman explained.

    Ankara also plans to host within the next two months, ''before the UN General Assembly'', a new summit on Syria and other regional dossiers with the leaders of Russia, France and Germany, as the one held in Istanbul last October. The agreement on the organization, said Kalin, was reached last week at the G20 in Osaka. (ANSAmed).

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