The regime is strengthening its forces in the areas of (de-escalation) and preparing for a battle. Turkey threatens attacking the north and east of Syria again, and inform the mercenaries in Idlib that they must depend on themselves, ambiguity in the American stance, all this took place after important events, most notably, Putin and Erdogan meeting. Is there a new deal?
There is no doubt that Turkish dictator Recep Tayyip Erdogan's regime has entered into a series of crises that will prepare him for the fall with the first elections.
The Turkish state continues its threats against the areas of northern and eastern Syria. These threats come within the framework of the understanding of the border security mechanism in an effort to consolidate the occupation in the region. The propaganda promoted by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan about settlements can be read in this context.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has long claimed that northern and eastern Syria poses a threat to his national security, although the peoples are fully aware of the falsity of these allegations, the people of this region have agreed to a border security mechanism and Washington, Ankara and the SDF agree on the security mechanism.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has returned to threat and occupy northern and eastern Syria, a few hours after joint patrols between in Gire Spi and Serkaniya, but Erdogan's words, as every time revealed his real intention to occupy the region and falsify his claims about the north and east Syria and its components and considering them "terrorists".
During the International Forum on Daesh, it became clear that Daesh case is an international issue and solutions must be shared. The formation of an international tribunal to try mercenaries will also expose many states' relations with the mercenaries.
Syrian blood has become dependent on the interests of the intervening forces in Syria, as is the case of the Syrian province of Idlib, which has become the arena for determining strategic interests between Russia, Turkey and America, and their battles.