Erdogan, Trump mull situation in Syria, steps to improve relations
Baku, Azerbaijan, Nov. 1
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has talked on the phone with his US counterpart Donald Trump, a source in the Turkish presidential administration told reporters, TASS news agency reported.
During the conversation, issues of the bilateral agenda, developments in Syria and settlement of issues in Manbij and Idlib were raised, said the source.
“Erdogan and Trump expressed their determination to take constructive measures to improve and strengthen bilateral relations.”
The source noted that the parties also “agreed to continue contacts on the necessary bilateral and regional topics in the near future.”
In addition, the Turkish president conveyed his condolences to the relatives and friends of those killed during the attack on a synagogue in Pittsburgh.
It was earlier reported that the Turkish and US servicemen started to jointly patrol Syria’s Manbij city on Nov. 1.