A top Turkish presidential aide says Ankara is concerned over Russian bombings and Syrian forces’ ground operations ahead of a truce due to go into effect at midnight Friday.
Ibrahim Kalin, spokesman for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, told reporters Friday that Turkey supports the cease-fire agreement in principle but is worried about the continued operations.
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