Sands: the summit Russia – Turkey – Iran are still pending


MOSCOW, August 20. / The summit Russia – Turkey – Iran yet to be fixed.

This was stated to journalists the press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov.

“The question [about the summit] is studied, we will make the corresponding statement after finally will have obtained all approvals,” – said Peskov. “Still, it is a question of a tripartite work, so there is no need to hurry”, – he explained.

Previously Peskov said that the third meeting of the presidents of Turkey, Russia and Iran on the Syrian settlement in the first week of September worked out. According to some, the summit could take place on 7 September in Tehran.

The press Secretary also noted that the summit of leaders of Russia, Turkey, Germany and France on the Syrian settlement has not yet been agreed. A Kremlin spokesman denied reports in the Western press about what he allegedly announced the cancellation of the summit. “I can’t confirm this,” he said. “We cannot undo what was planned and agreed,” – said Peskov. “There is nothing to cancel, it [the meeting] was not coordinated”, – he repeated.

“Still no summits are not consistent”, – said the press Secretary of the President.

Earlier, the representatives of Turkey said that the summit with the participation of four presidents to be held in Istanbul in early September.

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