Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Wednesday that agreements on Syria’s Idlib do not work, ONA reports citing Sputnik.
He warned that Tukey will respond to the Syrian Army's possible failure to withdraw its troops behind Turkish observation post lines by the end of this month.
The statement comes after Erdogan called the current developments in Syria’s Idlib province "unmanageable" on Monday.
He added that around one million refugees from the province had begun moving towards the Turkish border with the Arab Republic, claiming that this is a result of Damascus' offensive in Idlib. He added that it would be difficult for Turkey to receive so many refugees.