The defense minister of the Turkish occupation state, Halusi Akar, announced today, Monday, that "a meeting of the defense ministers of Turkey, Russia, Syria and Iran is scheduled to be held on Tuesday in Moscow."
Akar said, according to what was reported by the Russian agency Sputnik, that: "A meeting of the defense ministers and intelligence of Turkey, Russia, Syria and Iran is scheduled to be held in Moscow tomorrow."
This comes after Russia's ambassador to Damascus, Alexander Yefimov, announced the postponement of the quadripartite meeting, which was scheduled to take place on April 8, to the beginning of next May.
On April 3, Moscow hosted a meeting on normalization relations effort between the Turkish occupation state and the Damascus government at the level of deputy foreign ministers of Russia, Iran, Syria and Turkey.
The co-chair of the Foreign Relations Department in the AANES, Badran Çiya Kurd, had stressed earlier that concluding new agreements between the Damascus governments and Ankara would be at the expense of the Syrian people.