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MOSCOW, October 15. /TASS/. The positions of Moscow and Ankara on the situation in Syria and Ukraine substantially differ, but consent is possible, Turkish Deputy Undersecretary of Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Ali Kemal Aydin said at a conference entitled "Russia and Turkey: The Strengthening of Multifaceted Partnership."
"The issues of Crimea, Syria and Ukraine are the problem topics on which we can’t yet reach unanimity of opinion," Aydin said. "But we sincerely discuss these problems. I think that sooner or later we will be able to find a mutually advantageous solution."
"Besides problems and difference of opinions, there are issues in which we are united, and we should first of all develop these spheres. It is possible that in the future we will be able to reach common viewpoints where we differ now," he said.