Putin hopes talks with Turkey and Iran to create grounds for final resolution for Syria crisis

"I would like to express a confidence that our talks will be productive and the agreements reached will form a ground for of the crisis in Syria, restore peace and security in this country, strengthen its sovereignty," Russian President underlined in his remarks to journalists a head of trilateral summit in Turkish capital Ankara on Monday.

Russian President Vladimir Putin told Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani he hoped that their three-way talks on Monday would help to bring 'final' settlement in the Syrian crisis.

"I would like to express a confidence that our talks will be productive and the agreements reached will form a ground for final resolution of the crisis in Syria, restore peace and security in this country, strengthen its sovereignty," Putin said.

In remarks ahead of the talks, Putin also said that situation in Syria's Idlib region remained a great concern and that the three nations have to make additional steps to root out 'terrorist threat' there.

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