Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu has spoken with US Secretary of State John Kerry in a telephone conversation Anadolu News Agency reported.
Diplomatic sources say Kerry called Davutoglu Friday night and they took up the recent developments on Iran's nuclear program. Kerry also briefed Davutoglu on future steps to be taken on the Iran issue within the next six months. Davutoglu told Kerry about his Tehran visit and his evaluations.
Davutoglu and Kerry also talked about the preparation of Syria peace conference, dubbed as Geneva-II. Davutoglu congratulated Kerry about the pre-agreement reached in Geneva and told Kerry that Turkey is ready to contribute to a peace deal in Syria in every way possible.