Feb 24, 2019, 5:09 PM
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Turkey continuing to negotiate with Iran, Russia on Syria

Tehran, Feb 24, IRNA - The Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan called the results of the Sochi tripartite summit as constructive, and said Ankara will continue to negotiate with Iran and Russia over Syria.

Erdoğan added that Turkey wants to work with its allies in Idlib region, which if they do not cooperate, under any circumstances, Ankara is ready to create it with facilities, IRNA quoted TRT TV network on Sunday.

The head of the Justice and Development Party went on to say, 'Turkey wants its allies in the region to establish security throughout the region of Idlib, and in this regard we have been negotiating with Iran and Russia, and we have made good progress.'

According to Erdogan, Syrian refugees are homesick for their homeland and want to return to their homeland as soon as possible.

The President of Turkey referred to security in Europe and highlighted, 'If today the peoples of Europe are safe and live at peace within their borders, it is due to the sacrifice of the people and the Turkish government.'

He noted the sacrifice of the Turkish people for the security of Europe will not last forever.

According to IRNA, the leaders of Iran, Russia and Turkey in the Sochi city of Black Sea coast held the fourth round of talks in the countries that sponsored the peace process in Astana.


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