Turkey rejected allegations Thursday by Russian media outlets that claimed Turkish Armed Forces opened fire against Russian aircrafts in Idlib, northwestern Syria.

The allegations that Turkey targeted Russia in Idlib de-escalation zone do not reflect the truth, according to information Anadolu Agency obtained from reliable sources.

Earlier on Thursday, Turkish and Russian delegations held a meeting in Ankara to discuss the situation in northwestern Syria.

Turkish side told their Russian counterparts the importance of implementing the 2018 Sochi deal and restoring the cease-fire between the conflict parties, according to diplomatic sources.

In September 2018, Turkey and Russia agreed to

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