Syria: Erdogan says truce violated in Idlib, Russia must act

'In case of attack against our positions, we will act'

11 March, 12:45

    (ANSAmed) - ISTANBUL, MARCH 11 - Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Wednesday said that ''although there have only been small incidents here and there, the ceasefire'' agreed in Idlib ''has started to be violated. We are sharing these developments with Russia and we expect that it will take the necessary measures'', he added.

    ''The respect of the ceasefire by the Syrian regime and militias acting beside it remains uncertain. In case of attack against our positions of military observation in Syria, we will not only respond but we will act in an even stronger way'', added Erdogan. ''Turkish operations implemented over the past month in Idlib and the operation Spring Shield - stressed Ankara's leader - are proof of our determination in rejecting threats aimed at our borders''. (ANSAmed).

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