The presidents of Turkey, Russia and Iran gathered in Ankara yesterday to discuss the future of Syria. The Erdogan-Putin-Rouhani meeting is being held for the fifth time and aims to discuss peacekeeping measures in the Middle East. The leaders also held bilateral meetings to discuss their future economic cooperation.
Turkish President Recep Erdogan is on a one-day working visit in Moscow.
Cooperation in the military-technical field and a number of international topics will be the focus of the talks with his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin.
The world media have noted that the meeting is taking place amid strikes by the Syrian army in Idlib province.
This strike group is considered to be "the cruelest" on Syrian battlefields.
As portal Metro News reports, these data are released in the Report of U.S. Military Academy and the U.S. Combating Terrorism Center.