Putin, Erdogan discuss conflicts in Libya, Syria in phone call – Kremlin

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MOSCOW – Russian President Vladimir Putin discussed the conflicts in Libya and Syria with his Turkish counterpart Rajab Tayyip Erdogan in a telephone call on Monday, the Kremlin said in a statement.

The Kremlin said the call’s main focus was on the crisis in Libya, highlighting the need to make real steps towards a sustainable ceasefire.

It also said both leaders agreed to step up anti-terrorism efforts in Syria, after reports earlier on Monday of a Turkish-Russian joint patrol being hit by a blast in the Idlib region.



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