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The resumption of talks between Syria and Türkiye with the mediation of Russia

In a report, a Turkish publication announced the resumption of negotiations between Syria and Turkey at the Russian military base in Latakia.
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According to the international group Tasnim News Agency, Turkish newspaper Aydinlik in a report referring to the beginning of the call He wrote between Damascus and Ankara with the mediation of Russia: After a break in the talks between Turkey and the Syrian government, these talks have resumed. Officials from the General Headquarters of the Turkish and Syrian Armed Forces met last week at the Hmeimim base in Latakia, which is under Russian control. These talks were held exactly one day after Turkish Foreign Minister Hakan Fidan’s meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

A Syrian source told Aydinlik that the next meeting between Turkish and Syrian officials will be held in Baghdad, the capital of Iraq. .

Mohammed Shia al-Sudani said in an interview in May that we are trying to bring Turkey and Syria closer together and start bilateral talks between them. Damascus and Ankara have a positive approach to this issue.

It was December 2022 that the negotiations between Turkey and Syria began and were followed in Moscow in the form of negotiations between the defense ministers of the two countries. In 2023, these negotiations reached the level of foreign ministers, but despite the meetings and negotiations, these meetings did not bring concrete results.

While Turkey claims that it respects the territorial integrity of Syria and has no intention of occupying Syria, Syria The condition of negotiations is the withdrawal of Turkish troops from the north of this country and Ankara’s lack of support for terrorists. This issue stopped the negotiations.

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© Webangah News Hub has translated this news from the source of Tasnim News Agency
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