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Erdogan, Putin And The Beginning Of The Endgame In Syria – OpEd

Eurasia Review Saturday, 7 March 2020
By Hafed Al-Ghwell*

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced a major counteroffensive against Assad-backed forces last week that could have resulted in the deadliest confrontation so far in Syria’s nine-year civil war — with Turkey, a NATO member, on one side and Russia, NATO’s foremost adversary, on the other....
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Turkey's President Erdogan met with Russian President Vladimir Putin to discuss a possible ceasefire in Syria.

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