Obama and Putin discuss Syria in a phone call

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President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke over the phone today, according to the Kremlin.

The two leaders discussed topics including the Syria peace process and standing together against terrorism.

The Kremlin said both leaders expressed support for the ceasefire in Syria and the International Syria Support Group meeting in Munich.

The Kremlin said Putin stressed the need to build a solid working relationship between the defense ministries of both countries to fight terrorism.

The Kremlin said the phone call was initiated by the U.S.


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