BAGHDAD The Istanbul summit on Syria among the leaders of Turkey, Russia, France and Germany ended on Saturday evening.
The Anatolia News Agency reported that the summit was held in the palace of Wahiduddin under the auspices of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, and lasted two hours and 45 minutes.
"During the summit, the leaders discussed the latest developments in Syria, especially in the province of Idlib, in addition to the political solution to the crisis."
The summit was attended by the Turkish side, Ministers of Foreign Affairs Mouloud Zhaosh Oglu, Defense Khulusi Akkar and Finance Berat Albiraq, with the participation of the Russian side, Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and Defense Sergey Shweigo. "
During the summit, Macron and Merkel were accompanied by a number of Advisers.
Besides the leaders and their delegations, the Special Envoy to Syria, Stephane de Mistura, participated in the summit.
Source: National Iraqi News Agency