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Turkey Russia Idlib Agreement
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Another ceasefire was announced in late August, confirming the government`s benefits. Some rebel groups, meanwhile, have expressed their refusal to comply with the agreement and withdraw from the remaining «demilitarized» zones, signaling that the agreement would not be revived. [82] Both countries have many interests beyond Syria, from the conflict in Libya, where they support opposing parties, to a recently opened gas pipeline from Russia to Turkey, to arms trafficking. They are therefore ready to negotiate and could one day reach a lasting agreement. The March 5 deal will likely follow the fate of all previous Idlib deals and will soon disintegrate. The deal would effectively preserve some of the territorial gains made by Russian-backed Syrian forces during a three-month offensive in Idlib, the country`s last rebel stronghold, while maintaining Turkey`s position in the region. . . .

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