BEIRUT, LEBANON (8:00 P.M.) – The newly agreed upon demilitarized zone in the Idlib Governorate will be implemented by October 15th, Russian President Vladimir Putin said after his meeting with his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

Furthermore, Putin stated that the demilitarized zone area will be between 15-20 kilometers deep.

Putin said that once this demilitarized zone is created, Turkey and Russia will restore the transit routes between the Aleppo, Idlib, and Latakia provinces.

He would conclude his press conference by stating that Russia and Turkey would continue their cooperation in fighting terrorists across Syria.

Earlier today, Erdogan and Putin agreed to establish a demilitarized zone in the Idlib Governorate after increased tensions among the Syrian government and opposition forces.

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FlorianGeyer

This actually makes sense as the terror gangs including those supported by Turkey will again descend into internecine ‘turf wars’ and it will be Turkey that is bogged down.

It also pulls the rug away from FUKUS and their False Flag attacks.

Time is not on the side of the US Coalition of Terror.

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USR

Actually all the terrorists will run over the Turkish borders trough Balkans into Germany or France. Paris already looks like a Nigerian capital where white girl walking after 9 PM would be faced with real rape and then killed for thanking…

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Piotr Rokosz

Only Syrian government has the right to decide about the fate of his own country.

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prince teutonic

Big win for Erdogan and huge defeat for Assad and Putin! After months of preparations for the offensive SAA can pack and leave. Syria will be left with Jihadi infested Idlibstan where terrorists can live and prosper (and grow stronger). Also it will be very hard to kick Turkey out of Syria when it “grows roots inside”…

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Putin betrays Syria, just as he betrayed Donbass.