US, Turkish Presidents urge Qatar, other Gulf countries to reduce tension
Trump and Erdogan agree that ongoing tension should be reduced for regional stability.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his US counterpart Donald Trump have held a telephonic conversation over the resolution of the dispute between Qatar and other Gulf countries.
According to a Turkish news agency, the two leaders agreed that the ongoing tension should be reduced for the sake of the region's security and stability.
They also discussed bilateral ties, and agreed to strengthen cooperation in the fight against terrorism.