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Putin urges 'renunciation of violence' in Gaza in phone call with Erdoğan

PUTIN URGES RENUNCIATION OF VIOLENCE IN GAZA IN PHONE CALL WITH ERDOĞAN

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday called for an end to the violence on the Gaza border during a telephone conversation with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, the Kremlin said.

The leaders discussed "the mass protest actions on Palestinian territories" and expressed "serious concern over the deaths of a large number of participants," the Kremlin said in a statement, adding that "the Russian side stressed the importance of renouncing violence (and) the need to establish a productive talks process with the aim of seeking mutually acceptable outcomes based on the relevant UN resolutions."

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