Sweden's ambassador to the UN by eight European members of the UN Security Council on Thursday Turkey's northwestern Syria, Idlib until the' till they supported Turkey's diplomatic efforts to avoid an attack. Olof Skoog, Sweden's ambassador and permanent representative to the UN, said that a full-scale military operation in Idlib, in the New York city center, has already clashed a dangerous battle in a volatile region. "Idlib is the last climbing region in Syria, where Serbia continues to undertake the guarantor. "Skoog, Turkey made in this direction by the United Nations and we express our support for urgent diplomatic efforts." Said.
Skoog wanted Russia and Iran to "preserve the ceasefire and tensions that they had accepted before, with the priority of protecting civilians". The eight members of the Security Council supports the efforts of Turkey, Italy, Germany, France, Britain, the Netherlands, Sweden, Belgium and Poland. The Syrian regime recently announced plans to launch a major military offensive in the area controlled by various armed opposition groups.
On Tuesday, Russian fighter planes hit civilians and opposition targets in Idlib. Turkey Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Russian President Vladimir Putin is scheduled to meet in Tehran for a trilateral summit with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani about Syria.