TEHRAN, Iran, Iran’s Foreign Ministry, on Tuesday, welcomed a recent agreement between Russia and Turkey, to create a demilitarised zone in Syria’s north-western province of Idlib.

“The recent meeting, between Russian and Turkish presidents, and their agreement on settling the Idlib issues, is a big step towards eliminating the remnants of terrorists in Syria,” Foreign Ministry Spokesman, BahramQasemi said, in a statement on Tuesday.

By facilitating political approach, to settle Syria’s issues, considering all humanitarian aspects, the agreement can help restore peace to Syria, and end the life of terrorist groups in the country, Qasemi said.

“We hope that, the outcome of the Sochi meeting, within the framework of positive and successful Astana process, and in a continuation to the recent Tehran Summit …, would quickly help end disasters for the Syrian people,” he added.

Russian President, Vladimir Putin, and Turkish President, RecepTayyipErdogan, agreed on Monday, to establish a demilitarised zone within Idlib province, the last major rebel stronghold in Syria.

Source: NAM News Network

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TEHRAN, Iran, Iran's Foreign Ministry, on Tuesday, welcomed a recent agreement between Russia and Turkey, to create a demilitarised zone in Syria's north-western province of Idlib.'The recent meeting, between Russian and Turkish presidents, and their agreement on settling the Idlib issues, is a big step towards eliminating the remnants...