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In a telephone conversation, Turkish and US presidents discussed the developments in Syria and Libya.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and US President Donald Trump discussed the situation in Idlib and the Libyan crisis by telephone, Spotnik reported.
The Turkish government said in a statement: “Today, our President had a phone conversation with his US counterpart, Donald Trump. During the talks, the two sides agreed that attacks by Syrian troops in the Adlib region were unacceptable and exchanged views on how to end the crisis. The parties also stressed the importance of ensuring stability in Libya.
It is worth noting that the two presidents agreed to restart negotiations on a $ 100 billion bilateral trade volume.