BEIRUT, LEBANON (6:30 P.M.) – Russia and Turkey will continue their efforts to eradicate terrorists from Syria, despite the fact they disagree on the leadership of the country, Head of Russian Federation Council’s International Affairs Committee Konstantin Kosachev said on Thursday.

“Our interpretations of what is going on in this country [Syria] differ, I mean, our vision of how the existing problems should be resolved. However, the most important thing is that under the circumstances, our two countries [Russia and Turkey] maintain the possibility of bilateral and multilateral cooperation for the sake of achieving the most crucial goal, which is to stamp out the sources of terrorism in Syria,” the senator told a joint meeting of the Russian Federation Council’s International Affairs Committee and the Turkish Grand National Assembly’s foreign policy commission, as quoted by TASS News Agency.

Kosachev also said that the situation in Syria is currently one of the key issues in Russian-Turkish dialogue.

He added that they are expected to share views “related to the situation in the Middle East within a broader context” and more global trends in today’s world, which are often defined by the developments occurring in the US.

 

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Nestor Arapa

Turquía nunca a combatido a los terroristas, al contrario siempre a ayudado, A Erdogan solo le interesa aniquilar Kurdos.

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Agreed.
And also since the terrorists in Turkish held areas of Syria are not defeated it means both the Syrian Government is tied down facing terrorists they are not allowed to remove; and that the Turks and their allies have some sort of excuse to remain even though they weren’t even invited into Syria in the first place by the Syrian Government.

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Gustavo Lopez Velazquez

About Turkey, this made me laugh a lot !! Turkey is a traitor, genocide (Armenia) country, which shoted down a Russia plane, smuggled oil and industrial parts of Syria land, and support terrorists at the north part of Syria. Do you need more flowers ?