​​​​​​​After failing their talks... Putin, Erdogan confirm to implement Sochi agreement

The Russian Kremlin noted today that the Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan agreed on the importance of fully implementing the Russian-Turkish agreements, including the Sochi Agreement.

The Kremlin mentioned that the two presidents discussed various aspects of the Syrian settlement, including the worsen situation in the "De-escalation" area of Idlib, in northwestern Syria, in a telephone conversation between them.

during the call, he added the importance of full implementation of the current Russian-Turkish agreements, including the Sochi memorandum which signed on 17 September 2018.

The Kremlin said that The phone call was made at the request of the Turkish president.

This comes after the failure of the Russian-Turkish talks for the second time on the escalation in Idlib, in which Turkish soldiers were killed, and regime forces took control of important areas, most notably the M5 road.



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