'These strikes did not divide Russia and Turkiye,' Peskov said commenting on a recent statement from French President Emmanuel Macron after the air strikes of US, Britain, and France on Syria.
'These strikes did not divide Russia and Turkiye. It is of no secret that positions of Moscow and Ankara differ on a number of issues, however, this does not hamper further exchange of bilateral opinions as well as discussions of differences in our positions,' Peskov said.
'Most importantly, it has no impact on the long-term multilateral perspectives of the cooperative development and interaction regarding the implementation of major economic and other projects,' the Russian presidential spokesman added.
French President Macron said on Sunday he believed that following the missile strikes against Syria positions of Moscow and Ankara on the ongoing Syrian conflict tend to differ. (ILKHA)