Syrian and Turkish media claim to shoot down each others Government aircraft

 Syrian and Turkish media claim to shoot down each others Government aircraft

According to the Anadolu news agency on March 1, a Syrian government plane was shot down in Idlib Province on the same day.

However, the news was immediately denied by the Syrian Arab News Agency, which said that a plane belonging to the Turkish government was shot down in the area, which crashed in the area of saraqeb, Idlib province.

According to a statement quoted by the Syrian Arab News Agency on March 1, Syria has announced that it has closed the airspace of Idlib province. Any aircraft violating the airspace will be regarded as hostile targets and the Syrian army will shoot down.

Syrias Idlib province borders Turkey and is the last major territory controlled by Syrian opposition forces and extremist organizations in Syria. Recently, the Syrian government army and the Turkish army have had a head-on conflict in Idlib, and both sides have suffered casualties in the exchange of fire. Russian troops have also been involved in fighting militants in the degraded zone of the conflict in Idlib.

Therefore, the situation in Idlib has also attracted the attention of all parties. French President Marcon called Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on February 29 to express grave concern about the situation in the northwestern Syrian province of Idlib, Xinhua reported on March 1, calling on Russia and Turkey to immediately cease hostilities.

Next, Erdogan will meet with Putin in Moscow on March 5 to discuss issues related to Syria, especially Idlib.

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