[Global Network Military Oct. 9] Russian Satellite News Agency reported on Oct. 8 that Russian Vice Foreign Minister Sergei Versinin told the satellite news agency that Russia and Turkey have determined the border of the demilitarized zone in Syria's Idlib province.
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan agreed in Sochi on September 17 to establish a 15-20 kilometer-wide demilitarized zone along the line of contact between the armed opposition and government forces in Idlib Province on October 15, ordering the withdrawal of militants from the area. All heavy weapons, tanks, multiple rockets, artillery and mortars armed by the opposition should be withdrawn from the area by 10 October. The Russian and Turkish defense ministers signed a memorandum of understanding on the stability of the situation of the demotion area of the delta. Russia and Turkey will send troops to patrol the demilitarized zone of the delta.
Weir F Chaanning said: "the boundary of the demilitarized zone has been established." He said Russia and the Turkish military have established good relations and cooperation. Weir F Chaanning pointed out: "the two sides have held many meetings after signing the document."
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