Britain, Turkey work 'closely' to stop foreign fighters flow
David Cameron says high level intelligence sharing could help stop terrorism activities in and out of Syria.
Britain and Turkey both are making joint efforts and working closely to stop foreign fighters in Iraq and Syria.
Addressing a joint news conference in Ankara with his Turkish Counterpart Ahmet Davutoglu, British Prime Minister David Cameron said that both countries are fighting against common enemy.
Cameron said that high level intelligence sharing between two countries could help stop terrorism activities in and out of Syria.