According to report on our hand, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has spoken with Saudi Arabia's King Salman and its new crown prince over the phone and they agreed to increase efforts to end tension related to Qatar.
Turkey has offered support to Qatar after Saudi Arabia and several other nations severed ties with Doha over accusations of funding terrorism and fomenting regional instability.
Qatar denied the accusations and said the measures were "unjustified".
Aljazeera report says, Erdogan spoke with the Saudi leaders on Wednesday evening and "agreement was reached on increasing efforts towards ending tension in the region related to Qatar".
The leaders also stressed their determination to strengthen Turkish-Saudi ties, while Erdogan congratulated Mohammed bin Salman on his promotion to crown prince, the sources said before adding that Erdogan and King Salman also agreed to hold face-to-face talks at the G20 meeting in Hamburg next month.