During the Moscow talks, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov proposed a roadmap to restore the normal relations between Syria and Türkiye, APA reports citing BNN.
Lavrov has suggested that the experts prepare a draft roadmap for Syrian-Turkish normalization to be discussed at the next ministerial meeting. Lavrov hopes that the talks will contribute to laying out a roadmap that will restore the Syrian-Turkish relations to normal.
The Russian foreign minister’s proposal comes at a time when the international community is working to ease the tension between the two countries. The relationship between Syria and Türkiye has been strained due to several factors, including the war in Syria, the refugee crisis, and territorial disputes. The talks between the foreign ministers of the four countries are aimed at ending the decades-long tension and finding ways to normalize the relations between Syria and Türkiye.
The four-way meeting between the foreign ministers of Russia, Türkiye, Iran, and Syria is expected to result in a final statement later today. While the withdrawal of Türkiye’s troops from Syria was not discussed in the latest round of talks, it remains a crucial issue for the normalization of the relations between the two countries. The talks in Moscow are a step towards ending the decades-long tension between Syria and Türkiye and finding ways to restore their relations to normal.