ANKARA – Turkish and US presidents Tayyip Erdogan and Donald Trump held telephone talks on Sunday, during which they, in particular, discussed the creation of a security zone in Syria. This is stated in a statement issued by the office of the Turkish leader.
“During the talks, in addition to bilateral relations, an exchange of views was held on the establishment of a security zone east of the Euphrates River in Syria,” the statement said.
In addition, Trump invited Erdogan to visit Washington in November.
“The leaders agreed at the invitation of US President Donald Trump to hold talks in Washington next month,” the report said.