Russian President Vladimir Putin and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani discussed, in a phone call, the outcomes of the Syrian-Syrian National Dialogue Congress recently held in the Russian city of Sochi.
In a statement on Tuesday, the Kremlin said that “During the phone call, the two presidents underlined that the decisions accredited at the Congress must constitute a big impetus to the process of the political settlement to the crisis in Syria based on the Security Council Resolution no. 2254.”
The statement indicated that the two Presidents hailed the effectiveness of cooperation between Russia, Iran and the Turkey in the framework of Astana process, and they expressed readiness for more coordinated work with regard to this process and for intensifying the agenda between the Russian and Iranian sides on new specified issues.
The statement said that the two Presidents also exchanged viewpoints on the bilateral cooperation in different domains and they agreed on continuing communications on different levels.