In a statement issued by the Kremlin in this regard, on Tuesday, it was stated that Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan addressed in their talks 3 issues:
1– Syria is, first and foremost, to fulfill existing agreements on achieving stability in Idlib and across the Euphrates. As well as issues of political settlement in the Arab Republic, including with the assistance of the guarantor countries of the Astana talks.
2– Libya, the prospects for settling the situation and intensifying the Libyan peace talks were discussed, and the two presidents agreed to continue coordination between the ministries of foreign affairs, defense and intelligence services in the two countries..
3- The developments in the conflict zone in Karabakh were discussed, and the Russian side expressed its grave concern about the continued fighting and the increasing involvement of terrorists from the Middle East in the conflict. as soon as possible.
And renewed military clashes between Armenia and Azerbaijan on 27 September. The President of Azerbaijan, Ilham Aliyev, approved the imposition of a state of war in a number of cities and regions of the republic and a curfew, and announced a partial mobilization. Prior to this, the Armenian Cabinet declared a state of war and general mobilization in the country due to the events in Nagorno Karabakh.
On March 5, talks took place in Moscow between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. They focused on issues of settlement in Syria, chief among them ways to find a solution to the current crisis in the de-escalation region in Idlib..
The head of the United Nations mission to Libya, Stephanie Williams, had previously announced that the members of the Libyan Joint Military Committee had reached a ceasefire agreement during the talks in Geneva, and the signing ceremony took place in the Conference Room on Disarmament at the United Nations headquarters in Geneva.