Turkey's president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, says that Turkey will not tolerate more violations in Syria.
- If the additional just one Turkish soldier is wounded in the syrian province of Idlib, as will Turkey's forces strike at the syrian soldiers in all places, they see them, he says.
Erdogan says that Turkey will do 'whatever is necessary', in order to compel syrian forces to withdraw from Idlib.
The Turkish leader said that the Turkish retaliation, if more Turkish soldiers to be killed, also will involve the Turkish air strikes. The Turkish leader accuses at the same time Russian forces of having committed a 'massacre' in Idlib.
the Regime in the Kremlin stating that Erdogan has been on the phone with the Russian president, Vladimir Putin, on developments in Idlib.
the Russians inform that Erdogan and Putin agree to implement the measures in Syria, in which they agree on, and that the two countries remain in contact about the development.
at Least 12 civilians were killed by air strikes in Idlib on Tuesday, according to monitoring group The Syrian Observatory for human Rights.
Turkey supports some of the rebel groups in the Idlib fighting against the syrian government.
the Turks have set up a number of observation posts in the province.