During the talks that were held on Friday night, the sides also discussed that Turkey's security concerns that should be taken into account and agreed to keep a close contact to avoid misunderstandings, the agency reported.
The conversation occurred in wake of a statement, made by the Pentagon two days earlier, that the US hadn't provided any training or arms to the Kurds located in the Afrin area.
Last December, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu announced that US President Donald Trump had reassured Recep Tayyip Erdogan that he had ordered to cease supplies of US weapons to the Syrian Kurds.
Turkey has been conducting the Olive Branch military operation in the Kurdish-dominated Syrian town of Afrin since January 20. The town is controlled by the US-backed Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG).
Despite opposition to the operation by many members of the international community, Ankara has stressed that the advance is not aimed against the Syrian government, calling the territorial integrity of Syria its mutual goal with Damascus.
Damascus has, however, denounced the operation as a violation of Syria's sovereignty. For its part, Russia has called upon all parties involved to exercise restraint and respect Syria’s territorial integrity.