Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan talked on the phone to exchange opinions on the situation in Syria in light of the outcomes of a ministerial meeting of the Syria support group in Vienna on October 30, the Kremlin press service reported on Nov. 4.
Putin and Erdogan "discussed some aspects of Russian-Turkish cooperation, including preparations for the next meeting of the bilateral top-level cooperation council to take place in Russia in December. They reaffirmed preparedness for continuing a political dialogue and further developing mutually beneficial trade and economic cooperation," it said.
The two leaders "agreed to hold a bilateral meeting during a G20 summit in Antalya", the Kremlin press service said.
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