Erdogan denies secret meeting with Assad
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has refuted reports claiming that he held a secret meeting with Syrian President Bashar Assad, a media report said on Tuesday.
“I did not meet Assad, and I have no intention of meeting him,” Erdogan said, commenting on social media reports about holding secret talks at Russian President Vladimir Putin’s request, Hurriyet Daily News reported.
On a new military operation to expel Al Qaeda-linked terrorists from Idlib of northern Syria, Erdogan said the situation in Idlib was developing positively.
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