Syrian government officials and Russia's ambassador in Damascus discussed ways to make a security committee between Syria and Turkey to control the border, news sources report.
This decision came three days after Turkey intercepted a Syrian passenger plane leaving Damascus to Moscow on Wednesday. It detained what was said to be military equipment, CBC reports.
Turkish prime minister criticized the U.N. Security Council on Saturday for its failure to decide on clear steps to end the on going civil war in Syria, FOX news reported.
For the last 19 months of the conflict tensions have continually risen between Syria's neighboring countries over border control, CBC reported.
In May two of the five permanent members of the Security Council, Russia and China, vetoed resolutions that wanted to put pressure on the conflict and agree on a new political agenda for Syria, FOX news reported.