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09 October 2017, 12:25 | Tara Lloyd
More so, Erdogan said that his country is now taking a new step to achieve security in Idlib as part of its efforts to expand the scope of the "Euphrates Shield".
The de-escalation zones will be patrolled by military observers, but Idlib is by far the most significant.
"We are taking new steps to ensure security in Idlib".
At the height of its power two years ago Islamic State ruled over millions of people, from northern Syria to the outskirts of Iraq's capital Baghdad, but it has since endured a series of losses under attack from many sides.
Idlib and surrounding areas of northwest Syria are among the largest bastions for rebel groups fighting Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, but have increasingly fallen under the sway of jihadist insurgent factions.
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Tahrir Al Sham, which is listed by the U.S. and others as a "terrorist" group, counts an estimated 10,000 fighters among its ranks, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitor.
Earlier this year, Erdogan and some of his political allies compared Germany to the Nazi era after some local authorities stopped Turkish ministers campaigning here for a referendum that handed the president sweeping new powers.
"We will never allow a terror corridor along our Syrian border", Erdogan said.
The FSA groups supported by Turkey are now ready to enter Idlib, Mustafa Sejari, a senior official in the Liwa al-Mutasem group said.
Last month, Erdogan said Turkey would deploy troops in Syria's northwest Idlib as part of a de-escalation agreement brokered by Russian Federation in August.
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Deploying Russian and Iranian observers could potentially be a controversial issue, considering that the Syrian opposition, backed by Turkey, views the two countries as enemies due to their support for the Syrian government.
He pointed out that bringing peace to Syria requires both military and political actions, and now there are three countries, namely Russia, Turkey and Iran, that can resolve the Syrian crisis.
The Syrian Observatory in the last week has repeatedly accused Syria and Russian Federation of carrying out deadly air strikes in Idlib province with heavy civilian losses.
Armed men from the so-called Free Syrian Army (FSA) ride armored pick-up trucks during battles against the Daesh Takfiri terrorists near the town of Qabasin, some 30 kilometers from Aleppo, Syria, January 8, 2017.
Idlib is the last remaining area in northern Syria where anti-Assad rebel groups have a foothold.
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