Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Friday spoke over the phone with Bulgarian and Hungarian prime ministers to discuss the recent developments in Idlib, northwestern Syria.
According to a statement by the Turkish Communications Directorate, Erdogan and Bulgaria’s Boyko Borisov discussed the effects of recent developments in Syria on the region and steps for cooperation between their countries.
Separately, the Turkish president also spoke to Hungarian Prime Minister Victor Orban to discuss recent developments in Idlib, regional issues and bilateral relations.
Late Thursday, at least 33 Turkish soldiers were martyred and dozens of others injured in an airstrike by
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