During a visit to Moscow on November 13, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan will discuss the participation of the Kurdish Democratic Union Party (PYD) in the Syrian National Dialogue Congress with Russian leader Vladimir Putin, NTV news channel reported.
Putin and Erdoğan will also discuss the fight against terrorism in Syria and Iraq. After the visit to Moscow, the Turkish president will leave for Kuwait on November 14.
On November 1, Erdoğan’s spokesman, Ibrahim Kalin, said that Turkey considers PYD’s participation in the Syrian National Dialogue Congress to be unacceptable. According to Kalin, the Turkish side is not generally opposed to the participation of Kurds in the negotiations.