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Russia, Turkey Agree On Decisive Action In Syria's Idlib
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11 Feb 2019 07:08 PM EST

According to Reuters, Russia and Turkey agreed on Monday that they needed to take decisive measures to stabilize the situation in Syria’s Idlib province after talks between the two country’s defense ministers. The announcement did not specify what the decisive measures would be or when they might be taken. Monday’s statement, as reported by RIA, spoke of “the need in particular to take decisive measures to ensure security in the Idlib demilitarized zone.”

 

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