The normalization of relations with Syria will persist in Turkish media
Ankara, April 13 – Ankara intends, at a meeting of the foreign ministers of Turkey, Russia, Syria and Iran in Moscow in May, to conduct a four-point normalization process with Damascus, Hurriyet newspaper reported Thursday, citing diplomatic sources.
Earlier, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said that a meeting of the foreign ministers of Turkey, Russia, Syria and Iran is scheduled for early May in Moscow.
“Negotiations on the normalization of relations between Turkey and Syria will continue next May, when a meeting of foreign ministers will be held. Turkey has four items on its agenda: humanitarian assistance, the return of refugees, and ensuring the representation of the Syrian opposition in Syria. The new period, and the revitalization of the political process, to The anti-terrorist side “, – writes the publication.
And the presence of Turkish forces in the Syrian border area, which is carrying out operations there against Kurdish formations, Damascus has repeatedly called it illegal and demanded that Ankara withdraw its forces. Formations of the “Syrian Democratic Forces” (SDF), based on the Kurdish Self-Defense Units of the Kurdish People’s Protection Units, and with the support of the US Army, control most of the Syrian provinces of Hasakah and Raqqa, as well as some settlements. in the governorates of Aleppo and Deir Ezzor. In particular, most of the neighborhoods in the cities of Al-Hasakah and Qamishli are under their control. Official Damascus does not recognize the autonomy of northeastern Syria.
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