Finally the accelerated tension between Russia and Turkey seems not to be leading to World War III as debated across the world lately. Both the countries are reported to be meeting on November 30 in Paris. Confirmation is awaited.
It has been confirmed Russian President Vladimir Putin has received a meeting request by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. The Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said the request has been successfully submitted.
Meanwhile, both the leaders are scheduled to travel to the French capital to take part in a United Nations climate change summit by the month-end.
Relations between the two countries, both NATO members, became scary when Turkey shot down a Russian warplane alleging it violated the airspace. Times of London writes Friday Davutoglu said the shooting was not an act against a specific country.
The article adds further Turkish president said if the two countries are at odds, it will benefit the Islamic State terror group.