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MOSCOW, February 15. /TASS/. Differences with Ankara may become a serious obstacle for creating a united anti-terror front in Syria, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Monday.
"This may become quite a considerable obstacle," the presidential spokesman said in reply to a question about how seriously the differences between Russia and Turkey could affect the efforts of creating a united anti-terror front.
In a telephone talk with US President Barack Obama on Sunday, Russian President Vladimir Putin "emphasized the need to create real mechanisms of cooperation: not simply an exchange of information but cooperation" in Syria, the presidential spokesman said.
"This is because it is hardly possible to speak about the common effective struggle against terrorists without cooperation as part of the united front," Peskov said.