Erdogan: There is no final agreement on Quartet summit, Russian delegation will visit Turkey tomorrow

On Tuesday morning, Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan has stressed that there is no final agreement on holding the quartet summit on Syria, and announced that Russian delegation is visiting Turkey yesterday to discuss the situation in Idlib, after the failure of previous rounds

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said today during press statements, "There is no final agreement yet to hold the sponsoring summit on Syria on March 5."

"A Russian delegation visits Turkey on Wednesday to discuss the situation in the Syrian Idlib governorate," Erdogan added.

Erdogan announced during his speech the killing of two Turkish soldiers in Libya.

Earlier, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced that a four-way summit on Idlib would be held on March 5, which brought him together with German Chancellor Angela Merkel and his Russian counterparts, Vladimir Putin and French Emmanuel Macron.

This comes at a time of intense fighting in Idlib, where the regime forces took control of 10 areas south of Idlib yesterday, and the warplanes targeted the vicinity of one of the Turkish points, resulted in the killing and wounding 10 Turkish soldiers, while the mercenaries, with Turkish support, managed to control the town of Neirab.

The Russian Kremlin had said earlier that Russia would oppose an attempt to clear the terrorists in Idlib.

Russian-Turkish efforts through three rounds of talks, as well as a phone conversation between Putin and Erdogan, failed to reach understandings on Idlib.



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