Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov said that Russia and Turkey have disagreements, but they are not as big as with the US, RIA Novosti reported.
"[Russian President] Putin is very pragmatic in his approach to the southern, northern and eastern borders and other borders of our country. Yes, we have an entire series of disagreements with Turkey. It is not as big as, for example, our disagreements with the United States, but there are still disagreements," Peskov said.
However, according to him, there are also points of cooperation between Russia and Turkey. "But at the same time we have the deepest potential for trade, economic and investment cooperation, which enables to mitigate the negative impact of these same disagreements," he said.
Peskov added that Russia and Turkey have experience in working together on the most pressing issues in the hotspots.