Putin says agreement reached with Erdogan on Syria crisis

US, WASHINGTON (NEWS OBSERVATORY) — Putin says agreement reached with Erdogan on Syria crisis.

In the Kremlin, negotiations between Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan ended, they lasted six hours.

The main topic of the meeting was the aggravation of the situation in the Ilebian de-escalation zone.

The two leaders agreed on a joint settlement document in Syria.

It includes the following items:


The cessation of all hostilities along the existing line of contact from midnight on March 6;


Russia and Turkey create a six-kilometer security corridor north and south of the M-4 highway in Syria


Russia and Turkey agreed on March 15 to begin joint patrols along the M-4 highway in Syria.


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