Putin and Erdogan had a phone conversation
Russian President Vladimir Putin discussed by telephone with President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan missile strikes of the US and its allies in Syria, the press service of the Kremlin.
During a telephone conversation discussed “aggravated the situation around Syria in the missile strikes of the US and its allies in this country”.
“The Russian President stressed that the action of the group of Western countries violate the UN Charter and the fundamental norms and principles of international law,” according to the Kremlin.
“The Russian and the Turkish side believes that in light of what happened it is necessary to intensify bilateral cooperation aimed at real progress in the political settlement process in Syria,” the report says.
The US, Britain and France on Saturday morning fired missiles on Syrian government facilities that, in their opinion, are used to produce chemical weapons. With 3.42 5.10 MSK MSK before they fired on Syria more than 100 rockets, most of which was shot down by Syrian air defense. Russian forces were not involved, but kept track of all the triggers. Russian President Vladimir Putin called the strikes an act of aggression against a sovereign state, despite the fact that no Russian military experts or local residents did not support a finding of a chemical attack became the pretext for attacks.