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    Turkey and Russia to deploy in Syria’s Idlib: Erdogan spokesman

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    Post by jedi17 Thu 22 Jun 2017, 7:38 pm

    Turkey and Russia to deploy in Syria’s Idlib: Erdogan spokesman

    by Loaa Adel
    Jun 22, 2017, 9:44 pm
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    Turkey and Russia to deploy in Syria's Idlib: Erdogan spokesman
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    (Reuters) Turkish and Russian personnel will be deployed in Syria’s northern Idlib region as part of a de-escalation agreement brokered by Russia last month, Turkish broadcasters quoted President Tayyip Erdogan’s spokesman as saying on Thursday.

    Ibrahim Kalin said the de-escalation zones, agreed by Turkey, Russia and Iran, would be further discussed during talks in the Kazakh capital Astana in early July, Haberturk television channel said.

    “We will probably be most prominent in the Idlib region with the Russians; mostly Russia and Iran around Damascus, and a mechanism involving the Americans and Jordan in the south in the Deraa region is being worked on,” Kalin was quoted as saying.

    Vladimir Shamanov, head of the Russian Duma defense committee, told RIA news agency Moscow was discussing proposals to send Kazakh and Kyrgyz troops to Syria with representatives of those countries.

    “The negotiation process has begun, there is no decision yet,” he was quoted as saying

    Under their May 4 accord, Russia, Turkey and Iran agreed to establish four separate de-escalation zones in Syria for at least six months.

    The largest of the planned zones includes Idlib province, which neighbors Turkey, and adjoining districts of Hama, Aleppo and Latakia provinces.

    The other three zones are in northern Homs province, the Eastern Ghouta region east of the capital Damascus and along the Jordanian border in southern Syria.

    The three countries had been due to finalize maps of the de-escalation zones by June 4, but have not said whether agreement has been reached.

    Political and armed opposition groups in Syria rejected the proposal when it was announced last month, saying Russia has been unwilling or unable to get President Bashar al-Assad and his Iranian-backed militia allies to respect past ceasefires.

    http://www.iraqinews.com

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