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Turkey, Russia agree secure corridor and joint patrols in Syria's Idlib

Reuters Thursday, 5 March 2020
Turkey and Russia agreed to establish a secure corridor along a key east-west highway in Syria's Idlib and hold joint patrols on it as of March 15, the two sides said in a statement after talks in Moscow on Thursday to ease tensions in the region.
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