Moscow to host Turkey, Syria, Russia, Iran meeting on Tuesday -Anadolu


Istanbul (Reuters) – Turkey’s defence minister said he planned to meet his Syrian, Russian and Iranian counterparts in Moscow on Tuesday, state-owned Anadolu news agency said, amid efforts to rebuild Ankara-Damascus ties after years of animosity during the Syrian war.

Anadolu cited Defence Minister Hulusi Akar as saying the countries’ intelligence chiefs will also attend the meeting in Moscow.

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