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Erdogan, Obama discuss Syria

20 June 2012 09:34 (Last updated 20 June 2012 09:38)
Two leaders discussed the importance of moving towards a political change in Syria that would bring about a government which would stop bloodshed.

WASHINGTON

The White House released Tuesday a press statement over a meeting between Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and USPresident Barack Obama, saying the two leaders discussed the importance of moving towards a political change in Syria that would bring about a government which would stop bloodshed and meet demands of Syrian people.

The statement said Erdogan and Obama also reviewed need to boost cooperation in the combat on terror and latest developments in Iraq, expressing support for Iraq's territorial integrity during their bilateral meeting on the sidelines of a G20 summit meeting in Los Cabos, Mexico.   
The statement also said the two leaders discussed details over a prospective meeting of the Turkey-US Economic and Commercial Strategic Cooperation Framework in the Turkish capital, Ankara.  

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