The approaches of Russia and Turkey do not always coincide, but the two countries will continue to work together to resolve conflict situations in the world. The statement came from Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov at a news conference Monday in Athens, TASS reported.
According to him, Moscow and Ankara have repeatedly joined forces to "create conditions for resolving crisis situations."
"We will continue such cooperation with Turkey. We have good relations with Ankara, but there are problems. Our approaches do not coincide on all issues," Lavrov said.