A meeting is planned in the near future between the leaders of Russia, Iran and Turkey. “The Presidents of Russia , Turkey and Iran will discuss their joint work in Syria , and the general agenda of bilateral relations. The leaders will emphasize their commitment to supporting the sovereignty, independence and territorial integrity of Syria. This is extremely important for us,” said the presidential aide Yury Ushakov. All three countries report that the final word in this process should be with the Syrians themselves.
President Hassan Rouhani of Iran and Vladimir Putin will, among other things, discuss the state of affairs with the “nuclear deal” and the possibility of the US withdrawing from it. The President of Turkey Recep Erdogan will discus a number of joint projects, including the supply of anti-aircraft missile systems S-400 to Ankara. NATO is currently against Turkey acquiring Russian missile defense systems.