Turkey threatens 'imminent' attack
Russia and Turkey failed to reach an agreement during talks in Moscow aimed at taking steps to ease violent unrest in the Syrian province of Idlib, Russia's top diplomat said on Wednesday.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said Syrian government forces, which have been undertaking an offensive in Idlib, were upholding previous agreements on the region but also reacting to provocations. Militant attacks on Syrian and Russian forces in Idlib were continuing, he said.
and Turkey back opposing sides in the Syrian civil war, which is
nearing its ninth year, with Moscow supporting Syrian President Bashar
Assad's forces and Ankara backing some rebel groups.