A triple summit will be held in Ankara, Turkey's capital, today, with the participation of the Turkish President Erdoğan, Russian President Putin and Iranian President Rouhani. Çankaya Presidential Palace, which was the official residence of the Presidency until 2018 and now serving as the official residence of the Vice President of Turkey, will host the meeting.
Talks are expected to include the decision on who will be the last name to be included in Syria's Constitutional Commission. The safe zone in Northern Syria which Ankara and Washington are in dispute will also be on the agenda of the meeting.
Arriving Turkey for the summit yesterday, Iranian President Rouhani gave a message saying that Syria's future was dependent on the decision of the Syrian people and they should resolve the issue.