Putin and Erdogan want to end violence in Syria

ANKARA – Turkey, Russia and Iran have promised to to will make every effort to put an end to the violence in Syria and the civilian population better protection. In a joint declaration after summit meeting in Ankara called the presidents Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Vladimir Putin and Hassan Rohani on Wednesday the international community, and especially the United Nations, on assistance to Syria, to expand.

The leaders want will ensure that humanitarian aid faster and easier for the needy people reached in the so-called the-escalatiezones. The Turks and Russians will put together a hospital arranging for victims from Eastern Ghouta. That’s according to Erodogan in Tell Abyad, on the Syrian-Turkish border. They also confirmed to strive for a sustainable ceasefire between the warring parties.

The three countries are, however, still involved in the war in Syria, with conflicting interests. Russia and Iran support the Syrian president Bashar al-Assad, Turkey’s opposition. Troops, Erdogan fell in January to the northern province of Afrin in for a controversial offensive against the Kurdish YPG militia, which Ankara as a terrorist organisation’.

Putin, Erdoğan and Rohani orphans in their closing statement, all attempts at a new reality to create on Syrian territory “under the guise of the fight against terrorism”. They remain opposed to any undermining of the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Syria. The three met in november in Sochi already on this issue. The next summit will be held in Iran, the place and date is not yet known.

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