Leaders of Turkey, Russia and Iran to discuss Syria on Wednesday

According to Mikrofonnews Agency (MHA), leaders of Turkey, Russia and Iran are meeting on Wednesday in Ankara to discuss the recent developments in the war-torn country of Syria.

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani arrived Ankara on Tuesday to take part in the tripartite meeting.

Moscow and Ankara are in close cooperation to eliminate terror in Syria as well as to end the 7 year-long conflict in the war-torn country in a short period of time, Erdogan added, while meeting Vladimir Putin.

Meanwhile, leaders of Turkey and Russia attended the groundbreaking ceremony of Akkuyu Nuclear Power Plant via a video conference call from the Presidential Complex in the capital Ankara on Tuesday.

Russia and Turkey have strengthened their political ties recently as both are sharing same interests, according to analysts. Turkey says Ankara and Moscow are enjoying a friendly relation, improved day by day. Both leaders have vowed to strengthen mutual relations in different fields including military cooperation.