Russian President Vladimir Putin had a telephone conversation with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
As reported on the Kremlin’s website, the leaders of the two countries discussed the implementation of the agreements on Nagorno-Karabakh, expressed satisfaction with the work of the joint Russian-Turkish center to control the ceasefire in the region.
During the talks, the topic of a Syrian settlement was touched upon, including the efforts of the Russian Federation and Turkey to stabilize the situation in Idlib province. The parties also noted the importance of forming, with the assistance of the UN, transitional authorities in Libya.
Putin and Erdogan talked about the implementation of large joint projects in the energy sector, as well as the fight against the coronavirus pandemic, including the possible supply and organization of production of Russian vaccines in Turkey.
Note that vaccination against coronavirus has been carried out in Turkey since mid-January. Turkish citizens are vaccinated with a Chinese drug from Sinovac Biotech.
Earlier it was reported that the Turkish leader received a second vaccination against the coronavirus.