While both sides have traded barbs on the refugee situation, they are working towards finding common ground to diffuse tensions on the Greek border.
"With the warming of the weather in the spring, the influx of irregular migrants heading to Europe will not be limited to Greece but spread all over the Mediterranean," Turkey's President Erdogan warns.
“NATO is in a critical period in which it should clearly show the alliance’s solidarity [with Turkey],” President Erdogan told reporters during a press conference alongside NATO Secretary-General Stoltenberg.
It was the second fire at an installation built for migrants, after a reception centre was burned down by unknown perpetrators last Monday.
After the attack carried out by Assad and his backers, all eyes are turned to the US. While some predict that the US will not support Turkey regarding the issue of Idlib, others think that this is a new opportunity for Turkey-US relations.
Opposition forces retake strategic Saraqeb town and cut off key highway linking capital Damascus with northern city of Aleppo, days after regime reopened it for first time since 2012.
Turkey's President Erdogan says he will meet leaders of Russia, Germany, and France on March 5 to discuss situation in flashpoint Idlib province, where regime onslaught has displaced nearly a million Syrians.
Some Turkish productions are being painted as a soft-power push to enhance the ‘Ottoman narrative’ of the region.
Meetings with Russian officials on ending the Syrian regime's onslaught and imposing a nominal ceasefire in northwestern Syria failed to produce results, Turkey's president told his party's lawmakers.
Turkish President Erdogan "doesn’t want people to be killed by the thousands, and hundreds of thousands," says US President Trump.
The US sees the Idlib tensions as an opportunity to better relations with Turkey, but it won't move past rhetoric.
Leaders of Turkey and US agree by phone that Syrian regime attacks on Turkish troops in northwestern Idlib province were unacceptable, Turkish presidency says.
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