"The tents were sent and are ready to be set up". An operation in Idlib may cause 1 million refugees to sweep into Turkey. "The world will hold them responsible".
"The formation process of a constitutional committee will be discussed, and we can say that the preparations have come to the last stage", he added. "We are trying to avoid this".
"These are people who can not be integrated into Syria really, under any circumstances, who have nowhere to go and who may just be ready to die in any case", says Sam Heller, a senior analyst at the International Crisis Group.
"People are trying to settle wherever they can in the hope of being protected from the air strikes".
The Russian military said the footage would include scenes of White Helmets operatives treating supposed victims of an apparent barrel bomb chemical weapon attack by Damascus.
Erdogan had also called for a truce, but Putin said this would be pointless as it would not involve the Islamist militant groups that Russian Federation deems terrorists, and Rouhani said Syria must regain control over all its territory.
Airstrikes pounded southern Idlib and northern Hama over the weekend.
The United Nations warned of a potential for the "worst humanitarian catastrophe" of the century in Syria as thousands were internally displaced in the rebel-held enclave of Idlib.
The UN has warned a large-scale military operation could create "the worst humanitarian catastrophe" of this century in Idlib, home to some three million people - around half of them displaced from other parts of the country.
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"We have no plans to hide what we do to back the Syrian government, which is liberating its land from terrorists to [allow] the Syrian citizens to return to. normal life as soon as possible", Lavrov explained in a recent news conference.
United Nations officials warned that more than 30,000 people have already been forced to flee the region. "It was noted that the situation there is really hard and every effort is needed to spare civilians from suffering", he stressed.
"In Idlib, we're watching very closely what the Assad regime, aided and abetted by the Iranians and the Russians are up to", Mattis told Pentagon reporters.
But officials admit that the wall has left those stranded in Idlib with little prospect of escape.
Idlib is the insurgents' only remaining major stronghold and a government offensive could be the war's last decisive battle.
Turkish forces and Turkish-backed opposition fighters now control an area between Afrin and Jarabulus where Ankara had hoped to resettle the millions of refugees.
He acknowledged that there were many rebels and fighters from "terrorist" groups in the province, but stressed that "there are 100 civilians, a lot of them women and children, for every fighter in Idlib".
Turkey is concerned that HTS could seek to use civilians as human shields and prevent them from reaching Afrin.
"We have a collective responsibility to protect people who have already suffered too much", he said.