After a meeting held between the defense ministers of the respective countries in Moscow, according to local media reports.
The agreement on the withdrawal of Turkish troops emerged after a meeting held in Moscow, Russia, between Syrian Defense Minister Ali Mahmoud Abbas and his Turkish counterpart, Hulusi Akar.
In addition, the Türkiye representation pledged to fully respect Syrian sovereignty and national integrity.
The parties also agreed that the troops of the so-called Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) are formations at the service of Israel and the United States and are dangerous for both Syria and Türkiye.
Likewise, Ankara decided to apply the agreement reached in 2020 on the opening of the M-4 highway that connects the provinces of Latakia and Aleppo.
Finally, both sides of the negotiating table agreed to follow up on what was agreed through specialized committees that were formed in order to promote implementation.
It was also announced that Türkiye and Syria will continue to have meetings of this type to achieve greater coordination in other aspects.