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Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan discuss the Syrian settlement, the Karabakh problem and the bilateral agenda on the margins of the Astana format summit in Tehran, RIA Novosti reported.

"There are a lot of issues on the Syrian settlement as well, promising major bilateral projects are moving and developing. Another important issue is also in our field of vision - the settlement of the Karabakh problem," Putin said.

He recalled that recently he met with the President of Azerbaijan in the framework of the Caspian Summit.

According to the Russian leader, relations between Russia and Turkey are developing "no matter what, the trade turnover is growing, and at a very significant pace." Putin also expressed satisfaction that he and Erdogan have an opportunity to hold a bilateral meeting on the margins of the Astana summit because there are so many issues accumulated.

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