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The Presidents of Russia and Turkey, Vladimir Putin and Recep Tayyip Erdogan, had a telephonic conversation at the initiative of the Turkish side.

During the talk, the presidents of the two countries discussed the prospects for the development of bilateral relations, energy issues, and matters related to Ukraine, informed the Turkish Service of the Sputniknews agency of Russia.

It is noted that, during this telephone conversation, Erdogan also reflected on the Armenian Genocide issue claiming that Turkey supports the approach of a “just memory,” whereas Armenia disregards the calls for peace, and does not display a positive approach toward the proposal to set up a joint historical commission.

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