Presidents of Russia and Turkey agreed to hold the second summit of the leaders of Russia, Turkey and Iran on Syria during a phone conversation on Thursday, NTV reported quoting a source in Turky's presidential administration.
Erdogan and Putin also discussed the situation in Syria’s Afrin where the operation of the Turkish Armed Forces is being conducted, as well as situation in Idlib which is declared a zone of de-escalation.
The leaders of Turkey and Russia reportedly agreed on the need to speed up the establishment of observation posts in Idlib. The situation in the East Ghouta suburb of Damascus was also discussed.
The first Russia-Turkey-Iran summit dedicated to the Syrian settlement was held on November 22 in Sochi. Russia, Turkey and Iran are the guarantor countries of the peace process in Syria.