AA / Moscow
Kremlin spokesman Dmitriy Peskov announced that Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will soon discuss Syria, Afghanistan and Libya.
Peskov said on Monday that preparations for the Erdogan-Putin meeting, scheduled for September 29 in Sochi, are currently underway.
Noting that a face-to-face meeting is planned, Peskov continued, “The two leaders still have a lot to discuss. Priority will be given to Syria and Afghanistan. Discussions will also traditionally take place regarding Libya. and international matters. “
Bilateral relations will also be seen, Peskov said.
“There are many common points in bilateral relations, work on common projects in the field of economy, trade and economic relations,” he said.
Peskov stressed that Russian and Turkish companies are interested in this topic.
* Translated from Turkish pr Ayse Betul Akcesme
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