Representatives of the Russian Defense Ministry may visit Ankara for discussing Syrian issue with their Turkish counterparts.
High-ranking representatives of the Russian Defense Ministry may visit Ankara for negotiations on the Syrian issue soon, the Kommersant newspaper reported on Saturday, citing an unnamed source in the Russian Defense Ministry.
According to the source, currently, Russia and Turkey are “enough tightly exchanging various kinds of information,” constantly liaising between the General Staff of the two countries.
The newspaper noted that the source did not exclude that in the near future, the capital of Turkey may be visited by high-level representatives of the Russian Defense Ministry, who will discuss the Syrian issue with their counterparts.
On Friday, Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkey’s head Recep Tayyip Erdogan held a telephone conversation, during which they discussed the situation in Syria, in particular, plans of military maneuvers of the Turkish Army on Syrian territory.
Conceivably, it will be already the second meeting of Defense Ministry’s representatives of the two countries for the recent time.