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Ankara expects Russia to step forward for stability in Idlib downhill zone

With the human tragedy caused by the Syrian regime attacks, Ankara expects Idlib to assume responsibility for ensuring peace and stability in the disintegration zone.

Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Friday that if the Syrian regime continues to attack the observation point in Idlib said that Turkey can not remain silent.

Stressing the importance of the approach to achieving peace in the region Turkey’s Erdogan, he said the country would do whatever it takes to stop civilian casualties in Idlib.

Prior to Erdogan’s remarks, Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said on Friday that “they are working on a ceasefire with Russia”.

In an interview with Anadolu Agency in the capital Ankara, Cavusoglu said, “Russia needs to fulfill its responsibility here.”Likewise, Yalınkılıçl Eurasia analyst and journalist Ashraf said that Turkey’s Assad regime of civilians and indiscriminate attacks on residential areas after taking responsibility for ensuring peace and stability in Idlib down to the landing zone.

Speaking to the Daily Yalınkılıçl morning, the Russian side of Turkey’s claiming not to prevent them from increasing their presence and activities in the area of their lives Tahrir al-Sham militants gave the regime an excuse to intervene. He added that the ongoing situation in Idlib has created tension between the two countries.

Yalınkılıçlı, who uses the term “controlled tension”, said that the two countries have different expectations about Idlib and that this creates a conflict of interest. However, the two countries have always maintained open diplomatic channels to tackle the problems of cooperation.

Yildirim Beyazit University President Salih Yilmaz Russia Research Institute, the Daily Sabah, Turkey Astana and the fulfillment of obligations from the Sochi agreement; however, the regime violated the agreements.

The Sochi agreement, which envisions the protection of the ceasefire in Idlib and the withdrawal of heavy weapons and radicals from the region, was reached between Ankara and Moscow last September. After eight months of calm provided by the Sochi agreement, the regime has begun to intensify its attacks since 26 April under the pretext of fighting HTS militants gathered in Idlib. Intermittent attacks and bombings killed, wounded and displaced many civilians. While residential areas were destroyed by indiscriminate attacks, many education and health facilities and residential buildings collapsed or became unusable after being targeted by bombs.

The UK-based US Human Rights Observatory (SOHR) said on Monday that 25 more civilians, including seven children, have been killed in recent strikes since the end of April, including more than 360 civilians. Last dissidents residential district of Idlib’s pre-war population of 1.5 million, in May 2017 in Turkey, Russia, and Turkey to predict the agreements in Astana between Iran, the permanent political solution in Syria, Russia, and Iran.

Tens of thousands of Syrians imprisoned in other parts of the country were evacuated under various cease-fire agreements. However, the latest attacks have created a new wave of refugees, as international organizations have warned against a new humanitarian crisis. Yilmaz said he was not against Turkey’s control over Russia’s regions. Madam, “the militants in the region and have great concerns about terrorist groups, but prefers limited operations in coordination withTurkey.” Said.”Turkey faces a humanitarian crisis near the border, but not the case for Russia,” he added. “Russia wants the activities of Hayat Tahrir al-Sham militants in the region to be completely eliminated and a new constitutional process is initiated.”Referring to the influence of Russia on the Syrian regime, Yilmaz said that Russia does not have full control over the Syrian regime and that the regime attack after the ceasefire was not within the knowledge of Russia and Moscow.

Foreign Minister Cavusoglu on the ceasefire violation in Idlib, any excuse from Russia, the guarantor of peace as it should be
“unacceptable,” he said. Russian news agencies, referring to the Russian army, on Wednesday, between the Syrian regime in Ankara and Moscow’s Syrian regime and the opposition forces in the region of the disintegration of Idlib and violence in the region. Nevertheless, the Assad regime’s attack came hours after the announcement.

Talking about the ongoing dispute in Idlib, Yalınkılıçlı added that “if the two countries succeed in overcoming the problems with Idlib, bilateral relations can reach higher levels to establish a real partnership”. On the other hand, if things go bad in Idlib, bilateral relations will be affected negatively.

In other news Thursday, Turkey, Syria, claiming that Russian jets hit targets at the request of Ankara in northwest Idlib denied media reports. Earlier, some media outlets, Russian air attacks on Ankara’s demand for attacking Turkey’s observation point “terrorists” with that target.

In Turkey, a statement from the Defense Ministry said the report “does not reflect reality,” it said.

Putin: The urgent task of eradicating terrorism in IdlibRussian President Vladimir Putin described the need to ensure the complete eradication of terrorism in Idlib as an “urgent task”.”Our current task is to ensure the complete abolition of the terrorist deposits, especially in Idlib, and at the same time to increase humanitarian aid and also the economic reconstruction of Syria, provided by the international community,” Putin said. Said. On Friday, at the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) meeting in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan.

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