Russia, Turkey and Iran issued a joint statement based on the results of the 15th International Meeting on the Syrian Crisis.
According to the statement, the parties continue working for the establishment of stability and peace in Syria, adding that there is no military solution for the conflict.
Russia, Turkey and Iran have agreed on continuing cooperation in the fight against terrorist groups.
Moscow, Ankara and Tehran have condemned the illegal seizure and transfer of proceeds from the sale of Syrian oil, opposing foreign interference in the work of the Syrian Constitutional Commission and the imposition of an external deadline for its completion.
Russia’s and Iran’s fight against terrorism is understandable, but Turkey’s fight is highly questionable, particularly in the recent Artsakh war with the involvement of terrorists by Azerbaijan, who were transported to the conflict zone by Turkey, and Turkey carries out a similar terrorist landing in Libya and northern Syria.