Erdogan and Trump agree to stay in close touch on Syria

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In his remarks in Ankara, Erdoğan criticized both the US and Russian Federation for their sstance in Syria.

The United States and its allies have blamed the Syrian government for the attack which reportedly killed dozens, although Damascus vehemently rejects the allegations and insists they are part of a wider effort to undermine the gains made by the pro-government forces against militants in Eastern Ghouta.

"Dividing Syria through terror groups is equally wrong as protecting the regime that attacks its own citizens with chemical and conventional weapons", the president said.

It is the time for Bashar Assad regime to leave Syria, the Turkish official said yesterday based on a Daily Sabah report about the last deadly chemical attacks by the regime in E.Ghouta and Douma districts.

But Turkey and Russian Federation in recent months have put their differences aside and have been working closely to find a political solution to the conflict.

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The current situation in the Kurdish-dominated Syrian city of Afrin remains quite tense since it went under the full control of the Turkish military forces in late March as a result of its military offensive in the area dubbed Olive Branch. If there's any Russian (or Iranian or North Korean) dense enough to still keep assets in these United States, maybe they don't really care about them.

"If an attack occurs against the forces [in Syria] backed by Russian Federation or there is an attack by the USA -supported forces, Russian Federation won't be able to stay away, otherwise it will lose its influence".

The spokesman added that Turkey was among the sponsors of the draft resolution.

The comments come in the wake of Trump's tweet warning Russian Federation to "get ready" for "new and "smart" missiles that "will be coming" to Syria.

On Jan. 20, Turkey launched Operation Olive Branch to clear PKK-linked People's Protection Units (YPG) and remaining Daesh terrorists from Afrin, northwestern Syria.