During talks with their Russian counterparts in Ankara, Turkish officials first declared the need to establish a ceasefire regime in Idlib. This is stated in the statement issued by the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, reports TASS.
“All the factors of the situation in Idlib were considered during the talks between the delegations. Our side reported on the need to establish a ceasefire regime first. For that, it is necessary to focus on the steps that need to be taken on land,” the statement reads.
In addition, the Turkish delegation informed about the need “to stay true to full implementation of the Memorandum of Understanding between Turkey and Russia” and called on “prohibiting a humanitarian situation during which massive migration may take place”.