Erdogan: Russia, Turkey, Germany and France may hold another summit on Syria
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that Russia, Turkey, Germany and France may hold a new summit on the Syrian settlement in the near future.
"French President Emmanuel Macron recently called with such a demand," Daily Sabah cited the Turkish leader as saying.
Erdogan said that Russian President Vladimir Putin "also welcomes the idea." At the same time, he noted that for holding the summit in this format there is the need to "achieve progress on setting up Syria’s constitutional committee."
On October 27, the leaders of Russia, Germany, Turkey and France held four-way talks on Syria in Istanbul. The three-hour summit, which was held for the first time in this format, confirmed that the sides call for a political and diplomatic resolution to the Syria conflict.