With the aim of restoring peace in the war-torn country of Syria, the trilateral discussions between Turkey, Russia, and Iran concluded over the decision of setting up a constitutional committee.
Presided over the leaders of their respective nations, all the three, agreed on showing no support to terrorist factions at the summit that concluded in Ankara recently.
As the host of the summit, Turkish President Recap Tayyip Erdoğan said, “We have displayed a constructive and flexible approach regarding the procedural rules and members of the constitutional committee. We have shown an effort to advance the political process. Henceforth, problems about the establishment of the committee have been eliminated with our joint efforts.”
Speaking about its contribution towards curbing the mushrooming for terrorist groups like ISIL and Daesh, Erdogan mentioned, how Turkey has been conducting many operations, striking big blows to terrorist organizations with Operation Euphrates Shield and Operation Olive Branch, Erdoğan underlined.
Turkey’s economy has lately been feeling the pressure of homing more than 3.6 million Syrian refugees; however, the President brought to notice Turkey’s desire to look after the displaced and homeless in Syria.
On his party, Iranian President Hassan Rohani expressed the displeasure of ‘external intervention’ focusing on America and how it has encouraged terrorists by separating Syria from the world map.
All the three nation’s representatives agreed on the failure of maintaining peace in the de-escalation zone ( Idlib Province). Due to the continuous attacks by Bashar-Al-Assad regime, the ceasefire could not continue, something that was unanimously decided upon Turkey and Russia who have their own observatory posts in this sensitive area.