Turkey, Iran and Russia to deploy observers in 'safe zones' around Syria's Idlib: Turkish ministry Idlib province, in northwest Syria on the border with Turkey, is largely under the control of a rebel alliance spearheaded by the former al Qaeda offshoot Nusra Front. Iranian deputy foreign minister Hossein Jaberi Ansari, speaking in Astana to al Manar TV station, also said the “joint presence” in Idlib referred to a “secure cordon” with checkpoints. Ildib was one of four regions across Syria, mainly controlled by opponents of President Bashar al-Assad, which Russia, Iran and Turkey agreed in May to designate as de-escalation zones in support of a ceasefire agreement. Russia and Iran have been strong supporters of Assad during the six-year-old conflict, while Turkey has backed some of the rebel factions who fought to overthrow him. “This announcement of a de-escalation zone in Idlib constitutes the final stage of the realization of the memorandum signed in May,” the Turkish foreign ministry said, adding that the May accord had brought a significant decline in violence. “With this latest development, the memorandum is making a significant contribution to providing necessary conditions to further the political solution process going on in Geneva under UN monitoring.” Critics have described the plan as de facto partitioning of Syria, but the three nations said on Friday the zones were temporary, although their existence could be extended beyond the initial six-month term. In a joint statement made in Astana, the three nations said that “under no circumstances the creation of the above-mentioned de-escalation areas undermine the sovereignty, independence, unity and territorial integrity of the Syrian Arab Republic”. Russian negotiator Lavrentyev told reporters that the exact deployment locations of de-escalation control forces had yet to be determined. Meanwhile, the Astana trio have already started discussing setting up national reconciliation committees in Syria and will continue those discussions at the next meeting in late October, he said.
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