Putin invited the crown Prince of Abu Dhabi to discuss the situation in Syria

Putin invited the crown Prince of Abu Dhabi to discuss the situation in Syria


The President of Russia Vladimir Putin met with crown Prince of Abu Dhabi Mohammed al Nahyan on the sidelines of the “Formula 1” in Sochi. The Russian leader welcomed the crown Prince and noticed he was glad to meet him.

SOCHI, 11 Oct. The President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin invited the crown Prince of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, Deputy Supreme commander of the armed forces of the UAE Mohammed al Nahyan to discuss the situation in Syria with regard to recent events in Turkey.

Two explosions occurred at 10.04 GMT on Saturday in the capital of Turkey before the rally, which was organized by trade unions and social organizations under the slogan “Work, peace, democracy” in protest against the outburst of violence due to the Turkish-Kurdish conflict in the Southeast of the country. According to official data, 95 people were killed, 246 wounded, 48 of them are in intensive care. The explosions were arranged by two suicide bombers near the railway station, under the overpass where the rally was held to the venue. Sources in the security services of Turkey reported that the attack, according to preliminary data, are the militants of the terrorist group “Islamic state” (IG).

Putin met with crown Prince of Abu Dhabi “in the fields”, “Formula 1” in Sochi.

“I am pleased to talk about our bilateral relations and the situation in the region”, — said Putin.

In addition, the head of state reminded about the projects that he discussed with al Nahyan. “Of course, talk about the situation in the region, in Syria and other States, especially in light of the recent terrorist acts in Turkey,” Putin said.

He greeted the crown Prince and noticed he was glad to meet him.

In turn, al-Nahyan thanked the President of the Russian Federation for the invitation. “Very pleased to be in this beautiful place. Hope during today’s meeting to discuss issues of mutual interest, especially the situation in our region,” he said.