The United States and Turkey have agreed to cooperate in Syria

The heads of diplomacies of the two countries noted the need to normalize relations

Turkey and the US Friday agreed to cooperate in Syria after a few weeks of tension for the next operation of Ankara in a neighboring country.

U.S. Secretary of state Rex Tillerson and his Turkish counterpart Mevlut Cavusoglu after talks in Ankara said that the parties will establish working groups to address key issues complicating the relationship.

The diplomats did not go into details about how you plan to achieve.

“We will no longer act alone when the US is doing one thing, and Turkey – the other,” Tillerson said after the talks.

“We work together… we have good mechanisms to achieve this, and have to do a lot of work,” he added.

Cavusoglu stated that Turkey and the United States noted the need for a normalization of relations.