Russian President Vladimir Putin referred to a verse from the Koran during a trilateral summit of Russian, Iranian and Turkish leaders in Ankara, discussing the situation surrounding the Saudi refinery attacks.
Putin said at a news conference of the presidents of Iran, Russia and Turkey: "The Qur'anic verse says that you are a brother of God, so what is at stake should be fraternity. That everyone has the right to defend himself. "
وت Putin at the press conference of the Presidents of Iran, Russia and Turkey: In the Quran verse it is said that you have become a brother of Allah, so what is at stake in the dispute must be fraternity. That everyone has the right to defend himself. pic.twitter.com/HL1LxW4T8g
– Fars News Agency (@FarsNews_Agency) September 16, 2019
The Russian president explained that in the second phase, the things that will anger the people and cause conflict. He called Ankara's trilateral talks on Syria constructive. The next meeting of Russia, Turkey and Iran will be held in Tehran.