President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan called his Russian partner Vladimir Putin on Wednesday to compliment him on his gathering's immense increase in Sunday's parliamentary races.
As per Kremlin press office, the two pioneers talked about Russian-Turkish monetary ties and late advancements in Syria, Daily Sabah reported.
The greatest party supporting Putin scored a staggering triumph in national parliament decisions, winning seventy five percent of the seats, the Central Elections Commission reported Monday.
With 93 percent of the tallies from Sunday's vote checked, the United Russia gathering was on track to get 343 of the 450 seats in the State Duma, the lower place of parliament, CEC head Ella Pamfilova said. She said she expected no noteworthy change in the outcomes when the last tally is reported Friday.