Russian President Vladimir Putin stressed on Sunday in a telephone conversation with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan his rejection to the unconstitutional actions and the violence following the failed coup attempt in Turkey last Friday.
In a statement released by Kremlin, Putin stressed the "categorical unacceptability in the life of a state of anti-constitutional acts and violence."
He also expressed confidence in the prompt restoration of constitutional order and stability in the country and conveyed his condolences for the fallen civilian and policemen who were killed while facing the coup forces.
Additionally, the Russian leader asked his Turkish counterpart to ensure the safety of Russian tourists, whose numbers have increased in recent weeks after the normalization of relations between the two countries.
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said that the two leaders have agreed to hold a meeting in early sometime in early August.
Putin also asked his government to help the Russian tourists who wants to leave Turkey, whose instability can be a threat to the whole rejoin, according to the Kremlin.