Follow - up / ... Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan plans to travel to the Iranian capital Tehran to meet with Iranian counterparts Hassan Rowhani and Russian President Vladimir Putin, in particular the Syrian crisis tripartite summit.
The leaders are expected to hold a press conference after Friday's summit, hosted by Rohani.
The three leaders will discuss the Syrian crisis in full detail, and will focus on the latest developments, especially the situation in the province of Idlib, and the steps to be taken for the political transition.
On the day of the summit, a bilateral meeting will be held between the Turkish and Russian presidents.
Commenting on the latest developments in Idlib, UN Special Envoy to Syria Stephane de Mistura said Tuesday that "more time should be given to Russia and Turkey to discuss the calm in Idlib, and this is possible through a telephone conversation between Erdogan and Putin."
The first trilateral summit was held between the leaders of Turkey, Russia and Iran on November 22, 2017, in the Russian city of Sochi, while the second took place in the Turkish capital of Ankara on April 4.
The three leaders at the two summits stressed the importance of preserving Syrian territorial integrity. Finished