The tasks of overcoming the resistance of the last terrorist groups, and returning armed opposition groups which reject terrorist methods to a peaceful life, are also on the agenda, Lavrov said, speaking at a joint news conference with his Turkish counterpart, Mevlut Cavusoglu.
In Idlib, the situation is more complicated than in other areas, Lavrov said, due to the dominance of the Jabhat al-Nusra, which has tens of thousands of militants there, according to estimates. Idlib in northern Syria is the largest remaining Syrian rebel-held enclave. President Bashar Assad has said his forces will recapture the region where Turkey has set up a dozen military observation posts, Reuters reported. Cavusoglu said on Tuesday that he hoped to find a solution over Idlib during a meeting with Lavrov.