Serhat TUNAR -TDO- Russian President Vladimir Putin holds a phone call with French President Emmanuel Macron on the Libyan crisis.
The two leaders agreed that the Libyan crisis should be resolved through political means and reaffirmed their support for the mediation efforts of the United Nations and Germany to resolve the crisis, the Kremlin said in a written statement.
Syria's Idlib and north-eastern region are also on the table, the statement said, pointing to the importance of fighting terrorism and taking joint action on this issue.
The two leaders discussed the Normandy Quartet Leaders ' Summit in Paris last week with the participation of France, Germany, Ukraine and Russia, and Putin argued that decisions taken, including granting the Donbas special status, ensuring a ceasefire and exchanging prisoners and detainees, should be implemented consistently.
The statement also discussed the issue of shipping Russian gas to Europe via Ukraine.