Friday, August 26, 2016

Erdogan & Putin Agree to Accelerate Delivery of Aid to Aleppo

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August 26/2016:

"Turkey's Erdoğan, Russia's Putin agree over phone call to accelerate delivery of aid to Syria's Aleppo"
 
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Erdogan calls Putin

On August 26, Russian and Turkish presidents, Vladimir Putin and Recep Tayyip Erdogan, conducted a telephone conversation. The presidents discussed the situation in Syria and agreed to continue personal communication conversation. The conversation was initiated by President Erdogan.

"The leaders had a detailed exchange of views on the state of affairs in Syria. They noted the importance of joint efforts in the fight against terrorism," a message from the Kremlin said. In addition, the presidents discussed "issues of further development of Russian-Turkish cooperation in political, trade and economic spheres in light of the agreements reached at the meeting in St. Petersburg on August 9." 

Certainly they would have discussed the Turkish move into Syria.

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3 comments:

  1. HiPenny:

    And, with this announcement [Turkey and Russia combining efforts towards speeding aid to Aleppo] the Israeli wet dream of Nile to Euphrates Kurdistan...is officially dead. Right?

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  2. Syrian friend posting that Erdogan informes Putin of Jarablus operation during St Petersburg meeting. Also, read Andrew Korybko's latest article :)

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  3. http://www.dailystar.com.lb/News/Middle-East/2016/Aug-27/369216-turkey-arrests-three-former-diplomats-over-coup-plot-state-media.ashx

    Another Ahmet Davutoglu affiliate arrested.

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