After a new agreement with Russia dispelled the specter of a major conflict arising from the recent escalation of tensions in Syria’s Idlib, RT finds out whether it will be a lasting solution for Ankara and Damascus.
Damascus had launched an offensive in the northwestern province of Idlib against armed groups, which Ankara had supported as well as launching a military operation of its own. However, a heated standoff between the Syrian Army and Turkey seems to have been avoided. This was all thanks to the diplomatic efforts of Moscow and Ankara, which led to a new agreement on the troubled province following nearly six hours of negotiations on Thursday.
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