Russia informed Turkish authorities that terrorists withdrew from northern Syria, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Tuesday.

“The 120-hour agreement with the U.S. and the 150-hour agreement with Russia, that we made ended. We will have talks tomorrow,” Erdogan said at the Republic Day reception in the Turkish capital, Ankara.

Erdogan said that apart from Turkey, everyone who is interested in Syria has primary goal of controlling oil resources.

“A primitive understanding that considers a drop of oil more valuable than a drop of blood, is blatantly obvious,” he said.

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