Putin, Hollande agree to "coordinate" operations in Syria
Russia's President Vladimir Putin and French leader Francois Hollande have agreed to coordinate activities of the military and special services in the operations "against terrorist organizations" in Syria, the Kremlin has told UNIAN following a telephone conversation between the two leaders.
"In connection with the barbaric act of terrorism which resulted in the crash of the Russian airliner in Egypt, and the tragic events in France, the leaders paid particular attention to enhancing bilateral and multilateral cooperation to combat international terrorism. It was agreed, in particular, to ensure closer contact and coordination between the military agencies and special services of the two countries in the course of operations against terrorist organizations, implemented by Russia and France in Syria, " said the statement.
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