Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan renewed his threats to the Syrian regime, demanding his withdrawal from his force's positions in Idlib at the end of this month.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that his country is determined to push out the Syrian regime forces back of the (Turkish checkpoints) in Idlib at the end of February, even if it is forced to use land and air means.
"We will do whatever is necessary, including the use of ground and air means, we will hit the Syrian regime's army even in areas not covered by the Sochi agreement if it attacks our forces," Erdogan said.
Erdogan's remarks come after The Russian-Turkish talks failed to reach new understandings, and Turkish soldiers were killed by regime forces.
Tensions have escalated between the Russian-backed regime government on the one hand and Turkey on the other, on the backdrop of the regime's control of strategic positions, including the International Road "M5."