Baku. 28 November. REPORT.AZ/ Presidents of Russia and Turkey Vladimir Putin and Recep Tayyip Erdogan discussed the situation in Syria and exchanged views on the Kerch strait incident during a phone call, Report informs citing RIA Novosti.
During the conversation, the heads of state agreed to intensify efforts to stabilize the situation in Idlib.
"Discussions around the situation in the Syrian Arab Republic continue. It was agreed to intensify joint efforts on implementation of the memorandum on stabilization of the situation in Idlib signed in Sochi on September 17, including measures to fight terrorist groupings," the statement of the Kremlin's press service notes.
In addition, during the meeting they touched upon some aspects of the Russian-Turkish cooperation with respect to the results of the meeting of the two leaders in Istanbul on November 19.
Notably, three Ukrainian vessels were detained by Russian FSS in Kerch strait on November 25.