The meeting will be held in Istanbul.
The leaders of Turkey, Germany, France and Russia on Saturday will meet in Istanbul to discuss the Syrian conflict and a political solution to resolve it. It is reported DPA.
It is expected that heads of state will discuss the situation on the ground in Syria and the demilitarized buffer zone in the northwestern province of Idlib.
In September, Russia and Turkey have agreed to establish a buffer zone between the Syrian military and the rebel parts of the region of Idlib close to the Turkish border.
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is also planning to meet on the sidelines of the summit for bilateral talks.
Turkey expects that the summit “will determine a road map” for a political settlement of the conflict, including the establishment of a Committee to prepare new Constitution for Syria.
It is expected that at the summit, Erdogan will call for the maintenance contract Idlib and avoid violations of the cease-fire.
The meeting will also participate the UN special representative will Staffan de Mistura.
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