BEIRUT, LEBANON (5:00 A.M.) – President of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Putin, telephoned Turkish President, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, on late Tuesday to congratulate him over the latest referendum passed by the Ankara regime.

During the congratulatory phone call, Putin expressed his desire to implement another Syrian ceasefire that would stop the violence inside the country, Interfax News Agency reported on Tuesday evening.

Putin’s desire for a permanent settlement in Syria was one of the main topics during this phone call.

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Erdogan reportedly agreed with his Russian counterpart about the necessity of bolstering a permanent ceasefire in order to promote another round of peace talks in Astana.

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    • Well he is. The allied forces are now facing an array of new weapons and renewed deliveries of TOWs to the rats. This on top of new threats of intervention on part of the rats. Turkey just backstabbed Russia/Syria AGAIN during the missile attack and supported US aggression.
      And then Putin continues ‘cooperation’ as if nothing and still keeps Iran and Hezbollah on an arms length away refusing to really cooperate with them?

      This could lose the war to the rats.

  1. Time works for the good guys. The anglozionists need war to hold up their bank and military industrial complex.
    Furthermore, a ceasefire with terror groups A and B makes it easier to eliminate groups C and D.
    Afterwards, it will be no problem to crush C and D, too, be it Al Quaeda or Turkey itself.