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Erdogan Tells Putin: ‘We’re In Idlib To Protect The People There’ – OpEd

Eurasia Review Thursday, 5 March 2020
On Thursday, March 5th, Turkey’s President Tayyip Erdogan meets privately with Russia’s President Vladimir Putin in Moscow, so as to arrange a face-saving way for Erdogan finally to end his attempted theft of Syria’s Idlib Province away from Syria — his attempt to seize it for Turkey.

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