The Kremlin responded to the accusations of Erdogan's failure to comply with the agreement on Syria

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the Kremlin has rejected accusations by the President of Turkey Tayyip Erdogan in the failure of Moscow, the Sochi agreements on Syria. This was stated press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov.

He noted that Russia fulfills its obligations in full, however, the situation in Idlib is still tense. Peskov explained that the district is still a large number of terrorists who attack the Syrian army position and the base Hamim, RIA Novosti reported.

Turkey’s President Tayyip Erdogan said earlier that Russia is not fulfilling its obligations under the agreements on Syria. The Turkish leader noted that recently in Idlib frequent attacks by the regime supported by Russia.

Turkish President Also suggested that Moscow, Ankara and Tehran can consider steps to revive the Astana process.

Earlier, the head of the Russian Center for reconciliation of the warring parties, major-General Yuri Burenkov has denied data about the blows allegedly struck by Russian aircraft on civilian targets in Iglinsky area of de-escalation. He stressed that since the ceasefire of Russian air force sorties does not take place.

the cease-fire took effect in the Syrian province of Idlib at midnight on January 12. At 13:00 Moscow time their work began three checkpoints for the civilians. Humanitarian corridors had been prepared in the district towns Gubat in the South of Idlib, Abu Duhur in the East and al-Khader to the South of the province of Aleppo.

Four zones of de-escalation in Syria was established in accordance with the may agreement 2017 at the talks in Astana the representatives of Russia, Iran and Turkey. In 2018, three areas came under the control of Damascus.

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