A quartet summit attended by leaders of Turkey, Russia, Germany and France on the Idlib crisis will be held on March 5, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced on Saturday.
During his visit to Turkey’s western province of Izmir, Erdogan said he “clearly” shared Turkey’s determinant stance on Idlib with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin during a phone call on Friday.
“I also mentioned it to Merkel and Macron,” Erdogan added, referring to his joint phone conversation with German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron on Friday.
“On March 5, we will meet with Putin, Macron, and Merkel, and we will discuss these again,” he added.
The Turkish leader did not reveal the location of the summit. Enditem