Upcoming Putin-Erdogan summit to tackle Libya’s crisis

Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov revealed that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is expected to visit Moscow to hold a bilateral meeting with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin in the Kremlin.

Peskov did not announce the scheduled date of the visit, but confirmed his readiness for it, adding that the two presidents’ agenda includes discussing joint projects in the field of economy and trade relations, in addition to the situations in Syria, Afghanistan, Libya and some other international issues.

It is noteworthy that Russia and Turkey are at the top of the list of countries active in the Libyan crisis, as they confirmed the presence of their military and paramilitary forces in Libya, amid calls for them from the international community to play a positive role in resolving the crisis and pushing the political path.

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