Turkey’s Erdogan has been a vocal critic of Bashar al-Assad, however a reconciliation seems to be underneath manner.
Syria’s opposition says it’s “unthinkable” to think about a future through which Turkey, its greatest supporter, makes peace with the Syrian regime – its greatest enemy.
Nonetheless, there’s now a chance of talks between Ankara and Damascus, brokered by Russia.
And the Syrian opposition will not be staying quiet.
Political and navy teams, in addition to hundreds of civilians, have held main rallies in areas they maintain in northwestern Syria.
So what’s behind this growth?
And what does it imply for conflicts in Syria and the area?
Presenter: Hashem Ahelbarra
Yahya Al Aridi – Syrian opposition member.
Vehbi Baysan – Assistant professor of historical past at Ibn Haldun College.
Peter Polak-Springer – Affiliate professor on the European College Viadrina.