Russia has hosted various talks between Syria and Turkey (at lower levels--their heads of state refuse to meet) in attempt to mitigate or solve the issue of the presence of Turkish troops in Syria, which the latter officially regards as unjustified occupation, e.g.:
Encouraged by President Bashar al-Assad's ally Russia, Syrian and Turkish officials held meetings last year, in a move towards normalising ties between states on opposing sides of Syria's 12-year-long conflict.
But Assad this month ruled out any meeting with Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan until Turkey is ready to withdraw its military from northern Syria, deemed occupying forces by the Syrian president. [...]
"However, since there will be no ministerial-level participation and the meeting will be at a technical level, significant decisions are not expected."
What is Russia's position regarding this Turkish military presence in Syria though? Do they condemn it? If so, in what terms and how often?
FWTW, there's a UNSC resolution (2336 from 2016) which mentions no occupation whatsoever, but
Welcomes and supports the efforts by Russia and Turkey to end violence in Syria and jumpstart a political process, and takes note of the documents issued by Russia and Turkey in this regard.
Although of course passing a condemnation in the UN is much harder than issuing one to the press on your own. So, did Russia do the latter, sometimes, in re Turkish troops in Syria?