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Friday, July 27, 2018

"I think someone is jealous because of our solidarity' Erdoğan to Putin

Turkey, Russia look to strengthen military and security ties in Syria

Solidarity amongst Ankara and Moscow "makes somebody desirous," Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has said at a gathering with Russian partner Vladimir Putin in Johannesburg, on the sidelines of the continuous BRICS summit.

The two pioneers met for a one-on-one gathering late July 26 to talk about different issues, basically Syria, two-sided ties, and the forthcoming Tehran summit as a feature of the Astana procedure. The gathering went on for 75 minutes.

"Any sort of solidarity between us makes somebody desirous," said Erdoğan before the gathering. There has been a change in all fields including political, military, financial, culture, and exchange between the nations, Erdoğan said.

"I accept [...] we will understand this objective," said the president, reviewing a $100 billion-exchange volume focus between the two nations.

"I think six million [Russian] voyagers will visit Turkey this year," said the Turkish president, likewise applauding tourism figures amongst Russia and Turkey.

Putin offered his thanks for completing joint tasks with Turkey. "Our relations will dependably keep on overcoming different emergencies," the Russian president said. "Our relations in the economy will likewise enhance," he said.

"I am extremely cheerful to meet you," said Putin. Erdoğan and Putin have talked via telephone 16 times this year to examine local issues, especially Syria, and respective relations.

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