Erdoğan to meet Putin, Merkel and Macron on March 5 over Idlib

"I expressed our determination on (Idlib) clearly to (Vladimir) Putin yesterday. I also mentioned it to (Angela) Merkel and (Emmanuel) Macron. On March 5, we will meet with Putin, Macron and Merkel, and we will talk about these again," 's President Recep Erdoğan said in Saturday's remarks.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said on Saturday he will meet Russian, German and French leaders on March 5 to discuss the situation in 's Idlib region, where a recent push by regime forces has displaced nearly a million people.

"I expressed our determination on (Idlib) clearly to (Vladimir) Putin yesterday. I also mentioned it to (Angela) Merkel and (Emmanuel) Macron," Erdoğan said.

"On March 5, we will meet with Putin, Macron and Merkel, and we will talk about these again."

After a series of calls on Friday, the German and French leaders expressed concern about the humanitarian situation in Idlib and urged an end to the conflict, while the Kremlin said it is discussing the possibility of holding a four-way summit.




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