Announced that US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, Wednesday, US President Donald Trump and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin discussed during a telephone conversation the prospects of coordinating efforts to combat global terrorism in the context of the situation in Syria, describing the phone call that she was "very constructive."
He added Tillerson in a press statement: "It was a very positive conversation in which an exchange of views in detail ... Let's see what would result from it."
The White House said in a statement that "the conversation was very good." With regard to the Syrian crisis, the statement said the two presidents agreed that "all parties should do what it can to end the violence" in Syria, and that the discussion touched on the question of the establishment of safe areas in Syria and joint action to combat terrorism across the Middle East.
In turn, the Kremlin said in a statement: "there was a telephone conversation between Vladimir Putin and US President Donald Trump .. during which they discussed a number of current issues of bilateral cooperation in the international arena .. and focused on the prospects for the coordination of US-Russian actions in the fight against international terrorism in the long term, in the context of the crisis Syrian. "
The statement added that "it was agreed, in particular, to intensify the dialogue between the Foreign Ministers of both countries to find options allow install a cease-fire, and give stability .. to create conditions for the launch of the process of a real settlement in Syria .. it means that the two foreign ministers Atalaaan leaders go about progress made in this direction.