Russia, Turkey, Iran Leaders to Meet in Tehran next Week

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif

The presidents of Iran, Russia, and Turkey will meet on September 7 in Iran for their third tripartite summit on seeking to end the conflict in Syria, Turkish state television said Monday.

He said: "America behaves like wild wolves".

Russia, meanwhile, saw its currency tumble to two-year lows in August after the USA announced new sanctions in connection with the nerve-agent poisoning of a former Russian spy and his daughter.

Negotiations between Turkey and Russian Federation are under way on not using American dollars in bilateral trade, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan told a business forum during a visit to Kyrgyzstan.

In Jordan and Turkey the two envoys are expected to tell officials that the USA continues to believe a regime offensive in Idlib will escalate the crisis in Syria and the region, as well as offer praise and thanks for the two countries' work to help to alleviate the human suffering caused by the war.

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The United Nations on Thursday called on Russia, Iran and Turkey to forestall a battle in Idlib which would affect millions of civilians and could see both militants and the government potentially using chlorine as a chemical weapon. We will not give up.

Washington has pleaded with Ankara that he is innocent, but this had fallen on deaf ears with officials in Turkey.

Gulen, whose Hizmet movement has led to the creation of schools in dozens of countries including Kyrgyzstan has always denied any links to the 2016 coup attempt.

Erdogan said Turkey also needs F-35 fighter jets and will continue to pay its installments to procure them from the United States, but would procure jets elsewhere if the USA halts the delivery of the F-35 planes.

According to Hüsnü Mahalli, a Syrian journalist living in Turkey and who has a variety of sources from the field, told Cumhuriyet newspaper the real problem regarding the Idlib crisis could be the foreign terrorist fighters among the native jihadists.

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"These steps taken with political motivation will not only impact the global financial system but also global trade and regional stability", Albayrak said at a joint news conference with his French counterpart Bruno Le Maire in Paris.

That prompted Ankara to impose similar measures on several United States products.

The US, UK, and other countries blamed Russian Federation for the attack, allegations Moscow denied.

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan attends a ceremony marking the 96th anniversary of Victory Day at the mausoleum of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk in Ankara, Turkey August 30, 2018.

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