Ankara thanks Russia for support over Turkish coup as relations thaw further

Turkish coup: Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu today expressed his country’s  gratitude to Russia for its “unqualified” support during the attempted military coup earlier this month and indicated that Presidents Erdogan and Putin would be meeting at next month’s G20 meeting in Hangzhou, when the two men would discuss “the removal of economic barriers and other steps to restore relations.”  
According to reports in the Iranian Farsnews media agency last week, the speed with which the coup was thwarted in part due to intelligence supplied to Ankara by Russian listening stations in northern Syria and which may have forced the plotters to move sooner than planned.