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ISTANBUL, October 10. /TASS/. Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has urged the countries participating in the World Energy Congress in Istanbul to unite their efforts to bring peace to Syria and Iraq.
"I call upon the respected participants, let us unite our efforts to bring peace and security to Syria and Iraq," Erdogan said addressing the Congress.
He also spoke in favor of uniting efforts to ensure that humanitarian aid is delivered without hindrance to Syria.
"Let us exert efforts to stop the hostilities in Syria and grant the unhindered humanitarian aid deliveries to all those in need," the Turkish president added.
He pointed out that the motto of the Congress was a "call for peace", saying: "Let us unite and employ our capabilities in the best possible way so that peace can be restored.".