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Russia will reveal the tripartite date in Ankara

The Special Representative of the Russian President to the Middle East and Africa, the Russian Deputy Foreign Minister, Mikhail Bogdanov, revealed that consultations had been conducted on the upcoming meeting of the foreign ministers of Moscow, Syria and Turkey.

Bogdanov said to Russian media, on Saturday: “We are dealing with the issue of holding a ministerial meeting. We have held consultations here with the delegations of Syria and Iran, and we are in contact with our Turkish partners through the embassies,” stressing that “work on this level continues, but there are no deadlines.” Until now”.

As for holding consultations at the level of military experts for Russia, Turkey and Syria, he explained that “following the December 28 (2022) meeting of the defense ministers of the three countries (Russia, Syria, Turkey), the parties announced that they will hold their first meeting at the expert level in February 2023 within this formula. “.

This came after Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar said, on Thursday, that military delegations from his country, Russia and Syria would soon hold talks at a technical level.

It is also mentioned that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced on December 15, 2022 that he had invited his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, to hold a tripartite meeting with the participation of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, provided that this summit is preceded by negotiations at the level of representatives of the security services and the ministers of defense and foreign affairs.

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