Turkey, Russia agree to increase diplomatic engagements [Radio Pakistan] 15 May, 2019

Turkey and Russia have agreed to increase diplomatic engagements, in an attempt to prevent the Syrian government's attacks in rebel-held Idlib province.Turkey's Presidential Communications Director Fahrettin Altun said on twitter, that his country is worried that the massive attacks by Syrian forces might trigger a humanitarian crisis and cause refugee crises.He said Turkish leadership is in continuous talks with Russia and the decision of increasing the diplomatic engagements will help reduce violence in the war-torn country.

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