Erdoğan says Turkey will work out use of airspace in Syria's Idlib region

In its efforts to protect civilians and stop attacks in Idlib, northwestern Syria, Turkey is looking for a way it can use the region's airspace, said Turkey's president on Wednesday.

"Our biggest problem is that we could not use the airspace [over Idlib]," just south of Turkey's border, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan told his party's lawmakers in the capital Ankara.

"Hopefully, we will figure out something soon for this."
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