Trump also called on Erdogan to resolve a territorial dispute with Greece in the Mediterranean.
U.S. and Turkish Presidents Donald Trump and Recep Tayyip Erdogan discussed the situation in Syria and Libya during a telephone conversation. This was announced on Twitter by White House Speaker Judd Deere.
According to him, the presidents managed to agree on common goals in Syria – both believe that the clashes in Idlib should stop. “The two leaders discussed the need to get rid of foreign interference and support a truce in Libya,” Dier wrote.
In addition, he said that Trump in the conversation called on his Turkish counterpart to resolve the territorial dispute with Greece in the Mediterranean.
In the previous conversation, Trump and Erdogan, in addition to Syria and Libya, talked about protests in Iran and the downed Ukrainian plane.