Turkey and Iran work together in Aleppo

Turkish prime minister, Binali Yildrim has talked by telephone today with the first deputy president of Iran, Eshaq Jahangiri to offer his help in search of a solution for the evacuation of the Syrian city of Aleppo.

The Turkish leader pointed out that the humanitarian situation in the city remained alarming and showed himself ready to cooperate with Iran to do everything possible in favor of the civilians trapped there and to offer humanitarian aid.

In addition, Jahangiri offered his condolences to the victims of the recent attack in Istanbul, in which 44 people died.
Both leaders agreed to maintain close political dialogue and high-level contact in the near future.
At least 7,500 civilians have managed to leave Aleppo.

They have been settled in safe areas in the town of Idlib, near the border with Turkey, where Red Crescent works have set up a camp with 10,000 tents and equipment necessary for the displaced.

Source: plenglish.com

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