Russia, Iran, Turkey meet on Syria’s Idlib province

The presidents of Iran, Russia and Turkey held talks in Tehran on Friday, set to determine the future of Idlib…

The presidents of Iran, Russia and Turkey held talks in Tehran on Friday, set to determine the future of Idlib province amid growing fears of a humanitarian disaster in Syria’s last major rebel bastion.

Shortly after arriving in Iran, Russian leader Vladimir Putin and his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erodgan sat down for a summit with Iranian President Hassan Rohani, an AFP photographer said.

They met in a conference centre in the north of the Iranian capital as a Syrian regime offensive against the last opposition stronghold appeared imminent.

The three countries are guarantors of the Astana process, a track of negotiations launched after Russia’s game-changing 2015 military intervention which has eclipsed the Western-backed Geneva negotiations led by the UN.

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