Syria's Idlib Ceasefire Agreement Fail among Russia, Iran, and Turkey

  • The Presidents of Russia, Iran, and Turkey failed to agree on a casefire in the rebel-held Idlib province of Syria. United Nations fear of a humanitarian catastrophe if the Syrian government goes on an offensive in the last rebel-held province in the war-torn Syria. Turkey’s President Tayyip Erdogan called for a truce as he said it’ll not be able to accommodate any more refugee if a full blown strike is carried out by the Syrian government along with the Russian warplanes. On Friday, Syrian government and Russian warplanes carried out air strikes in Idlib, which defense analysts believe is a prelude to a full-scale offensive. While Russian President said it’ll be meaningless to ceasefire with Islamic militants, Iran’s Hassan Rouhani said Syria should regain control over its entire territory.