RIA Novosti has reported that Russian President Vladimir Putin told the leaders of Turkey and Iran, Tayyip Erdogan and Hassan Rouhani, about his talks with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
"We informed our colleagues about the conversation in Sochi with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. We noted the commitment of the Syrian leadership to the principles of a peaceful resolution of the political crisis, [and their] readiness to carry out constitutional reform and free, UN-supervised elections," Putin said.
The Russian president also said that he offered the leaders of Turkey and Iran to develop a program for the revival of Syria.
"Given the colossal scale of destruction, it would be possible to think together about the development of a comprehensive program for the revival of Syria," he stated.
Earlier, Putin said that Russia, Iran and Turkey had adopted a joint statement on the Syrian settlement.